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We are delighted to have been featured in so many magazines including Your Sussex Wedding, Creative Brides and Your Kent Wedding, along with dozens of blogs. Here are a few places where Paladins Classic Car Hire has been featured over the years.

 


 

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Bride: “A Beautiful Botanical, English Country Garden Wedding Shoot”

Our open top Morris Minor took part in a botanical-themed photo shoot arranged by Creative Brides and photographed by James Grist Photography.

“The [Morris Minor] added some glamour to the shoot in a subtle vintage way. It looked beautiful in amongst the tree backdrop and suited Groombridge Place’s period drama atmosphere.”

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PCHR-FeaturedIn2Darren Foard Photography: Cotsford Mill

We loved attending Sara and Alasdair’s wedding in 2015, and Darren did such a great job of photographing the day and putting some of his best pictures onto his blog.

“Awaiting them was a classic open top Morris Minor, they were enthusiastically waved off from Lingfield and then made their way through the country lanes to Coltsford Mill in Oxted.”

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PCHR-FeaturedIn3Love Sussex Weddings: A Royal Pavilion Wedding 

Katie and Brad’s wedding a lovely, charming British-themed day that our Morris Minor Traveller attended, along with a VW Campervan and vintage bus.

“…we booked a Morris Minor through Paladins Classic Cars. As it was within budget I didn’t shop around. They provided a great service and our driver was lovely.”

 


 

PCHR-FeaturedIn4Whimsical Wonderland Weddings: A Relaxed & Alternative Brighton Wedding

Another article on Katie and Brad’s lovely Brighton wedding where our Morris Minor Traveller attended. All of their suppliers were sourced locally via Google and word of mouth.

“We wanted to try and source everything in/around Brighton as we live in and love Brighton (Brad is born and bred Brighton). It seemed the natural choice to marry in our home city.”

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PCHR-FeaturedIn5The Wedding Dolls: Christmas Countdown – Two Countries United

This was a lovely Morse-themed wedding for Carol and Antonio planned by The Wedding Dolls. Our Jaguar (which has since left the Paladins family) attended with Paul driving.

“With yet another team of great suppliers from Martin Briggs Photography, DJ Lucci, Dine Thyme, The Charcoal Pig, Paladins Classic Car hire, Juliets Catering and Jubilee Hire this wedding was a joy to be a part of.”

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PCHR-FeaturedIn6Paul Fletcher Photography: A Chilled Out Wedding in the Village Hall

This was such a wonderful wedding with plenty of character. Paul did such a great job photographing our car, and he was an absolute pleasure to work with, so it’s wonderful to be featured in so many pictures on his blog.

“..I’d also like to give a mention to Paladins Classic Car Hire for their stunning wedding car.”

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PCHR-FeaturedIn7Photography by Vicki: Natalie and Justin at Bartholomew Barn

The photos Vicki took of our Bentley are among our favourites ever taken. Such beautiful colours and an almost fairytale-like air about them.

Natalie and Justin’s wedding was a charming affair, and we took the happy couple to the church, and then onto the beautiful Bartholomew Barn.

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PCHR-FeaturedIn8 Richard Murgatroyd Photography: Becky and Gavin’s Big Day

Richard took so many photos of our Bentley at Becky and Gavin’s wedding and was such a delight to work with – one of the friendliest and energetic photographers we’ve had the pleasure of working with!

“Bridal transport was provided by Paladins Classic Cars who have the most beautiful selection of vintage motors. Post ceremony we managed to slip away from the reception for half an hour and head out into the Sussex countryside in a 1953 Bentley.”

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PCHR-FeaturedIn9Rebecca Douglas Photography: Scotney Castle Golden Glory Shoot

This was a photoshoot arranged by Clair at Creative Brides and featured our 1953 Bentley using the beautiful Scotney Castle as a backdrop. The shoot played upon the grandeur and opulence of the venue and our Bentley seemed to be the perfect fit.

Rebecca’s photos appeared on several bridal style blogs along with being printed in Your Kent Wedding magazine.

“The whole team were over the moon when Your Kent Wedding featured the shoot in their 50th issue this month and the icing on the cake was the front cover image.”

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PCHR-FeaturedIn10Victoria Brocklebank Photography: Ruth and Rob, 28th March 2015

This was a fantastic wedding with a 50s-style theme that was attended by Steve and Paul with our pair of Morris Minors. The photos Victoria captured are beautiful and really underlined the vintage vibe at this lovely wedding.

“The two bridesmaids wore beautiful floral dresses and Ruth arrived at the venue in a vintage Morris Minor car.”

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PCHR-FeaturedIn11Creative Brides Magazine: Creative Advice

We were approached by Creative Brides magazine to offer our advice on why brides-to-be should consider hiring a car for their wedding. This magazine was available all over the south east, including at several wedding shows.

“…the scenic journey from the church to the reception will be one of the few moments the bride and groom have to themselves”

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PCHR-FeaturedIn12Your Kent Wedding: “Traffic Stopping Transport”

We always love Your Kent Wedding’s creative features, and in their July 2014 issue they looked at how your choice of car can work with your choice of dress. Our Rolls Royce was featured as being perfect for head-turning dresses.

“A master class in opulence, this is definitely not one for timid brides. So, if you have a show-stopping gown, a Rolls is your perfect match.”

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PCHR-FeaturedIn13Your Sussex Wedding: “The Drive of Your Life”

Your Sussex Wedding magazine looked at transport through the decades and featured our Bentley (from the 50s), along with our Morris Minor and Jaguar (from the 60s).

“Our 1953 Bentley is our most popular car. It has a neutral black and beige colour scheme, is luxuriously upholstered in beige leather and is comfy, practical and classic.”

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PCHR-FeaturedIn14Zest Photography: Rachel and Nick’s wedding at Arundel Cathedral and Fontwell House

This was a spectacular wedding which Keith and our Bentley attended. The photo of Rachel and Nick next to our Bentley in front of the castle is one of our favourites.

“Rachel made her way by vintage Bentley along with her Dad to meet up with Nick at the Cathedral for what was to be one of the most elegant and meaningful weddings that we have had the honour to cover”

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PCHR-FeaturedIn15Friday-Ad’s ‘To Have and To Hold': Win Car Hire competition

We teamed up with Friday-Ad to offer our 1953 Bentley as a competition prize worth £400. The prize was won by Emma and Gary who enjoyed the luxury of our car (along with all the trimmings, including champagne and ribbons).

“Thank you so much for allowing us to use your beautiful car on our wedding day back on the 18th July. A big thank you to you all for the fantastic service you supplied for our big day. The car was a perfect addition to our wedding day”

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pchr-featuredinYour Kent Wedding magazine

Our Morris Minor appeared in a photoshoot at Chafford Park in conjunction with Creative Brides.

“The [Morris Minor] added some glamour to the in a subtle vintage way. It looked beautiful in amongst the tree backdrop and suited Groombridge Place’s period drama atmosphere.”

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pchr-featuredin2Martin Beddall: Zoe and Josh

This was such a fun wedding and it was a pleasure to be a part of it. Martin was their photographer and really captured the spirit of the wedding on his blog. Our Morris Minor is featured in several of his photos.

“I wanted to say thank you to you and the drivers for helping to make our day as special as it was. You were fantastic to organise with and although I only met Keith (who was great!) I heard from the bridesmaids that they had a similar experience!”

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