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Wedding Cars Midlothian

We are pleased to present a selection of beautiful and prestigious wedding cars in Midlothian for your Scottish Wedding. From cutting edge luxurious Modern vehicles through to the Classics of the 50's and 60's and with Vintage and Historic vehicles way back to the era of the roaring twenties.

All vehicles shown on our website are the actual vehicles available to hire in Midlothian and are all chauffeur-driven on your special day.

Since 1996 we have gained a wealth of experience and professionalism. Within that time, we have successfully accomplished thousands of weddings.

Premier Carriage is a well-known and trusted wedding company offering both flexibility of bookings and payments, with outstanding customer service and a fully compliant and secure website.

Most chauffeurs will be local to the Midlothian area and are therefore knowledgeable of the different churches, venues and the scenic viewpoints for your wedding photography.

Unless otherwise advised your Midlothian wedding car chauffeur will be fully uniformed and the Wedding Cars can be dressed with traditional ribbons in the colour of your choice.

Whether you are looking to transport the Bride & Groom in one of our classic or vintage cars for hire in Midlothian or perhaps keeping to a budget is the priority we will aim to make your special day one to remember with the vehicle being the transport of your dreams.

Do not hesitate to contact us for more information on 0141 286 1799 Our attention to detail and outstanding customer service has placed us among the leaders in the planning and provision of wedding car services in Midlothian.

Why not choose the Premier wedding car service for yourself and let us show you why we have 'Premier' in our name.

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Wedding car prices in Midlothian

Wedding car hire prices always vary and depend on numerous factors, such as the style of your wedding car (e.g. hiring a Classic Austin Princess limousine vs. a luxurious Rolls-Royce), the length of time you intend to hire the vehicle, and the location and date of your Manchester wedding.

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Wedding chauffeur services

Established in 1996, we have gained a wealth of experience within the business of chauffeur-driven wedding car hire. With many thousands of weddings successfully completed, it has granted us a position as one of the most popular, trusted, and respected wedding car hire companies not only in the Midlothian area, but in Scotland as a whole.

750+ Vehicles for Hire

We have a large collection of Modern, Classic and Vintage Vehicles for hire in the Midlothian area - and some from out of the area that will operate near you.

23,500+ Weddings Completed

As of October 2022, we have successfully chauffeured couples at over 23,500 weddings. We’ve helped tens of thousands of happy clients experience their perfect wedding day.

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Since 1996, we've accumulated a wealth of experience in hiring out wedding cars and chauffeuring couples in London. We have been recognised for our professionalism and attention to detail, and won many diverse wedding awards.

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Our Midlothian wedding car hire prices are always quoted as our cheapest price from the start. However, in the unlikely event you find the same vehicle elsewhere at a lower price, please let us know and we will always try to match or beat it.

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We accept debit or credit cards for payment. Your payment is protected by the website Terms and Conditions and is fully refundable in event of vehicle cancellation.

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All our wedding vehicles to hire in Midlothian, from bridal cars to guest transport, are driven by proficient and courteous Chauffeurs. They’re experienced in wedding driving and will arrive smartly dressed and on time.

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We will itemise your wedding requirements and send you a fully detailed itinerary as confirmation. If you need to make changes to your booking later, no problem. We never charge to make changes.

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Our wedding car hire prices can be found on our website and viewable at any time, 24/7. Should you find the perfect vehicle for your London wedding, the online booking process is simple and secure.

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Our wedding cars are available to hire throughout Midlothian. You can check availability of vehicles for hire in Scotland by visiting our wedding vehicle hire page to view availability and hire prices in Midlothian.

Vehicles will also travel to other neighbouring counties of  Ayrshire, Glasgow, Angus, Argyll and ButeClackmannanshire, Dunbartonshire, Fife, Lanarkshire, Midlothian, Moray, Perth and Kinross, RenfrewshireStirlingshire, West LothianAberdeenshireDumfries & Galloway, East Lothian, Scottish Highlands,  and Scottish Borders.

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WEDDING CAR HIRE IDEAS IN Midlothian

When it comes to choosing a wedding car for your special day there are many options available, ranging from Modern and Classic vehicles to Vintage and Historic.

Vintage Imperial Convertible in Cream with Traditional V-Shape White Ribbons in Midlothian.

Vintage Wedding Cars

Hire a 1930s Vintage Style Beauford, Regent, Imperial or even a Vintage Rolls-Royce in Midlothian we have a large choice of vehicles.

Premier Carriage has over 100 Vintage Vehicles to choose from

Classic Cars Available to Hire

Selection of 7 seater Classic Austin Princess, VW Campervans and Beetles or Daimler Limousine ideal for Bridesmaids transportation. Classic vehicles range from the 1950's to 70's.

Premier Carriage has over 250 Classic Vehicles for Hire
Side View of Classic Rolls-Royce with White Wedding Ribbons driving in street Midlothian.
Front View of a Modern White Rolls-Royce Phantom with Bride wearing a White wedding dress posing for photo.

Luxurious & Modern Vehicles for Hire

Latest Rolls-Royce Phantom and Ghost, Mercedes AMG, Range Rover, Jaguar XJ, Aston Martin, the list in endless when it comes to modern wedding car transportation.

Premier Carriage has over 150 Modern Vehicles to check

American Wedding Transport Hire

Something a little different with the classic American Wedding Cars in Midlothian such as Buick, Cadillac, Mustang, etc ... Wealth of Chrome makes those vehicles very imposing on your wedding day.

Premier Carriage has over 200 American Vehicles for Hire
Front Side View Baby Blue Classic American Buick wedding car in Midlothian showing large Grill and Chrome Bumper
Side view of Two-Tone White over Cream 1960’s Retro Campervan.

Wedding Bus and Multi-Seater Cars for Hire

Whether it's a Classic Campervan, modern Limousine or Mini Bus. There is choice for your Bridal party and Midlothian wedding guests.

Premier Carriage has over 50 Limousine Vehicles to choose from
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Small Wedding Venues in Glasgow
A small wedding is intimate, deeply personal and usually much more relaxed than a bustling, showy event. You can include extra touches, spend more time with your family and close friends, and simply be more present in the day. To get that perfect, intimate wedding, you need the perfect small venue.We’ve pulled together our favourite small and intimate wedding venues in Glasgow.Don’t forget to consider your wedding car once you’ve chosen your venue. We have dozens of wedding cars in Glasgow available to hire.5 Small & Intimate Glasgow Venues1. St Mungo MuseumCapacity: 40 in the smallest room (but up to 120 if you use the biggest room)St. Mungo Museum is a multi-faith museum, gallery and events centre. It’s designed to bring together different faiths, facilitate conversation and improve the community. It also makes for a lovely, intimate wedding venue.There’s a beautiful zen garden (the first in Britain), a church built in the medieval style, and galleries. The ceremony room is small and intimate to facilitate a quiet, laid-back wedding.Photo by Fotomaki Photography It’s located right next to Glasgow’s Cathedral and Necropolis, so there’s plenty of beautiful photo opportunities. The smallest room (the classroom) has a maximum capacity of 40, with other rooms at capacities of 50, 80 and 120. You can find the room to suit your party size so it doesn’t feel empty, but cosy and intimate.Visit Glasgow Life for enquiry contact details.Wedding car pairing: This open-top Beauford to hire in Glasgow is a great choice of wedding car to fit with this venue. It captures some of the traditional feel of the venue and looks fantastic!2.  Òran Mór: GalleryCapacity: 32 guests (gallery) or 60 guests (Fonn Mór)Òran Mór is an unusual venue in Glasgow as it’s a church converted into a modern wedding venue. Holding onto some of the traditional features, like the stained glass windows, it combines these with modern designs, such as a beautiful, celestial ceiling mural.Photo by Pocket Square Photography via Whimsical Wonderland WeddingsWhile Òran Mór is equipped to handle larger weddings in its auditorium space, it has a gallery area designed for much smaller weddings of 32 people or, in the Fonn Mór (converted vestry), up to 60.You can follow up with a drinks reception in the gallery, or a wedding meal in their private dining room. It has a private bar and sofa area, as well as a formal seating space. With views over Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens, it’s an ideal small wedding venue and reception space for 15-32 guests, or 60 if you want to use their slightly bigger space: Fonn Mór.Visit the Òran Mór website for more details.Wedding car pairing: this small venue combines contemporary and traditional and, as such, a huge range of cars would look fantastic. If you prefer traditional styling, this classic Rolls-Royce would look great. Alternatively, a luxury Mercedes S-Class would complement those who prefer a modern touch.3. Blythswood Square Kimpton HotelCapacity: 64 for the ceremony, up to 80 for the receptionBlythswood Square is a stunning small wedding venue in traditional Georgian styles. You can experience grandeur and luxury, while still having a small and intimate wedding.Image from Kimpton Blythwood Square websiteIt features marble floors, a grand staircase and the second-biggest chandelier in Scotland. You can enjoy a private terrace, ideal for summer weddings, and discounted hotel rooms for family and friends within the venue. It even has a private screening room if you want to show your favourite movie or some family videos!There are options to have your wedding outdoors too and the whole venue is pet-friendly.Visit their website for details.Wedding car pairing: for this luxurious small venue, you’ll want a car that’s just as comfortable and lavish. This American Chrysler will match the calibre of your venue and ensure you arrive in luxury - relaxed and ready to celebrate!4. House for an Art LoverCapacity: 77-110 (depending on the room)House for an Art Lover is a beautiful contemporary venue in Glasgow that is ideal for smaller weddings. The smallest room can have up to 77 guests for the wedding and reception.Image from House for an Art LoverYou can find this venue inside the grounds of Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park and you get access to the walled gardens as standard, so there are plenty of spots for some stunning wedding photos. The House is an art gallery and exhibition space with beautiful designs throughout.It was designed in 1901 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, one of Glasgow’s most famous architects, but wasn’t built until 1989. So you can enjoy a truly beautiful venue that combines Modern-period designs with contemporary ones for a stunning effect.Visit their website for wedding venue details.Wedding car pairing: this venue prioritises beauty, so we’d suggest hiring a silver Beauford Convertible to match. It’s in the original 1930s style, right from the Art Deco period.5. The Corinthian ClubCapacity: 60The Corinthian Club had a multi-million-pound renovation in 2010 that included their purpose-built wedding space.Suitable for weddings with as few as 12 people, it has a maximum capacity of 60 guests for a sit-down reception. The space is built to make even the smallest events feel grand and luxurious. They have three rooms suitable for small weddings, each with different decor and designs, so you can choose the space that best suits your style.Image from The Corinthian Club website.They have periodic wedding consultant days during the year, so you can visit the venue and see for yourself. They have a dedicated wedding coordinator too, so planning your big day will be smooth and simple.Visit The Corinthian Club website.Wedding car pairing: An Imperial Viscount Landaulette in white would keep to the grand tone of the venue without being too overstated. It’s elegant and stylish - the perfect match for this venue.6. 23 Montrose StreetCapacity: 15-30 guests (depending on the room)The city registry office, 23 Montrose Street, is perfect for intimate and small weddings. It’s a fuss-free venue, ideal if you want to focus on spending time with your closest friends and family without the fuss of a big wedding.Image from Francis J SmithMany people choose to get married at this venue, and then have a small wedding reception at a nearby restaurant, for example. You can get married with as few people as the registrars, yourselves and your witnesses if you’re having a micro wedding. However, there’s space for up to 15 guests in one room and up to 30 in the other.If you’re looking for a fuss-free, simple but beautiful wedding, then 23 Montrose Street could be perfect for you.Submit an enquiry form through the city council website.Wedding car pairing: This classic-period Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith combines the beauty of classic cars with a more understated style. It’s perfect for a small wedding at the registry office.7. The Hidden Garden: Small Outdoor WeddingsCapacity: 30The Hidden Garden is a fantastic outdoor venue for small weddings. They can provide shelter under gazebos for up to 30 people. The gardens are a stunning space for a wedding that makes for incredible photos.Image from We Fell in LoveYou can use either the Woodland Glade or the Xylotheque spaces, both of which will be closed to the public during your event (although the gardens as a whole will still be accessible). The spaces are available for the ceremony, as well as a small reception.It’s an ideal small wedding venue in Glasgow if you’re looking for a natural or rustic theme (and aren’t afraid of the Scottish weather!).Visit the Hidden Garden website to download their brochure.Wedding car pairing: A VW Campervan is the perfect wedding car to match the style of this outdoor wedding venue.What is a small wedding?A small wedding usually has 20-60 people and is sometimes known as a ‘family and friends wedding’. It’s ideal for those who want to focus on being present on their special day, rather than having to say hello to hundreds of extended family and distant friends! Small weddings are usually more intimate events and are more budget-friendly.Small wedding vs micro weddingThe difference between a small wedding and a micro wedding is that micro weddings are typically up to 20 people while small weddings are usually around 20-60 people. Micro weddings are often the most relaxed, budget-friendly events, and are usually much shorter. Small weddings are still very relaxed but might last the same amount of time as a bigger wedding.Don’t forget that once you’ve got your wedding venue, you’ll need to hire a wedding car!  
06/19/2024
VW Wedding Campervans – The Perfect Nostalgic Wedding Vehicles
There are few more emotive vehicles than that of the VW campervan. For over 50 years, they've been providing a sense of adventure and freedom that was born in the 1950s and blossomed in the swinging sixties. For those looking to add a touch of nostalgia to their nuptials, there's perhaps no better choice for your VW campervan wedding hire.But why are campervans so popular for weddings? How did this vehicle, in particular, develop such a cult following? To gain a better understanding, it's best to start with a quick history.The VW Campervan: A Brief HistoryContrary to popular belief, the VW campervan (also known as the VW bus, Kombi, Transporter, or Microbus) started life in 1950 almost over a decade before its heyday years. VW had secured traction in the automobile market with their Beetle. However, frustration grew as many customers desired a vehicle they could use for both pleasure and work purposes.The cramped design of the Beetle made it impossible for those requiring vehicles for commercial purposes to even consider purchasing one. With that in mind, VW engineers got to work designing a panel van in order to meet the growing demand. In 1950, the Volkswagen T1 Transporter (referred to as the 'Splitscreen' or 'Splitty') was created based upon a sketch by Dutch businessman, Ben Pon, following a visit to the Volkswagen factory. Pon was inspired by a parts-mover that he had seen during his visit, and rapidly sketched up an idea of how the VW Beetle could be developed into a commercial vehicle.The first iteration of the vehicle came with a split windshield and included multiple variations throughout the years before being eventually replaced by the T2 Transporter in 1967. The continuous evolution included changes to the Volkswagen air-cooled engine, the wheels, rear barn doors, cargo capacity, and the engine bay size. Sliding doors were added as an option from 1964, and the available colours became more striking as time wore on.Despite initial difficulty fulfilling orders due to the continued demand of the Beetle, the Transporter exploded in popularity once VW began to release a pioneering range of customisations. In the first ten years of production, the iterations included: the Panel Van, Microbus (7-seater and 9-seater versions), Samba, Kombi, Ambulance, Pick-Up and Double Cab.It was the aforementioned Samba variety that catapulted the humble VW Transporter in cultural folklore. The campervan version hit the spot for the growing number of young hippies (a loose term to denote a member of the youthful counter-culture of the sixties). It allowed workers to store tools and travel all week, before turning into an adventure vehicle for weekends, holidays, and music festivals. Comfortably sleeping wherever you parked up gave drivers a sense of freedom that forever changed the automotive industry.  For many, the campervan symbolised the new-found social liberties fought for by the hippie movement, after the social restraints of the post-war era. Many would even wear jewellery made up of the VW badge; such was the synonymous nature of the relationship between young free-spirited individuals and their vehicles. Over the intervening decades, there have been many facelifts and redesigns of the VW campervan, with the all-electric ID Buzz set to bring the design well and truly into the 21st century. But it's the early models (T1 and T2) that evoke the memories of an era of liberation and freedom, and so these are one of the most popular choices for wedding hire.Why Choose a VW Campervan for Your Wedding? Nostalgia First and foremost, you may be one of those hippies mentioned above who fell in love with the VW campervan all those years ago. Hiring one (or several) for your wedding is likely to give you an overwhelming sense of nostalgia that will prove difficult to beat. However, younger couples will still appreciate the internationally-recognised design that has become a global icon. There's certainly no better way to arrive if you're looking for retro wedding transport. You and your partner can sit in the back and remind yourself of what life was like when the Beatles and The Rolling Stones dominated the charts and split windscreens were still a thing! PracticalityAnother reason you may want to consider a VW wedding campervan as your wedding vehicle is because they offer a rare combination of style and practicality. These vans were created as commercial vehicles after all! There's usually room to seat at least six comfortably, which is perfect if your transporting groups such as the bridal party. By the same token, by booking multiple VW wedding campers, you can transport a sizeable number of individuals from the ceremony to the reception venue. Perfect for giving your most important guests a wedding transportation experience they'll never forget. SpaceVW campervans have large cabin spaces for guests, and perhaps one of the biggest when it comes to legroom. You might want to fulfil your desire for nostalgia without having to deal with the cramped cabins that older vehicles traditionally offer. On a similar note, a VW campervan allows you to decorate the vehicle to your tastes. With such a large canvas to work with, you can correspond with your vehicle owner to create a personalised space that will mean much more to you than a traditional "back seat of a car" wedding experience.  Peruse Our Unrivalled Range of VW CampervansAt Premier Carriage, we have perhaps the biggest selection of VW campervan wedding hire for you to choose from your wedding vehicle hire. Whether you prefer the earlier split-screen models of the sixties, or you yearn for the early-seventies baywindow variant, we have a model and colour scheme to match your tastes. Want to opt for nostalgia, but need more choice?With over 750 wedding cars and vehicles to choose from, you are sure to find something that matches your specific preferences whilst adding a touch of eccentricity to your special day. If you would like expert help concerning which vehicle to choose, then don't hesitate to contact a member of our team who will help you find your perfect wedding hire choice!
11/27/2023
Tales from The Driving Seat
There’s no doubt that being a wedding car chauffeur for one of the most important days of your passenger’s lives can be a very rewarding experience. It can also be nerve racking, very stressful, sometimes comical, sometimes embarrassing, and nearly always emotional. As a Premier Carriage Chauffeur of Classic Rolls-Royce Wedding Cars for well over twenty years I have had the pleasure of experiencing it all. From the nobility, to the famous, nervous, happy, and the tearful.Then there’s the weddings you’ll never forget such as the sight-impaired bride walking down the aisle with her Labrador guide dog, or the bride with a huge dirty mark on her white wedding gown. Emotions are part and parcel of almost every wedding but as a professional you must always keep these in check. It’s no good having a chauffeur that bursts into tears! You must remain professional and supportive to your passengers at all times.So let’s take a look at the comical side of the job. I will share one of these tales with you, but no names.I’ll take you back almost 30 years to one of my first ever bookings as a chauffeur. The address in question was in Hampshire, so it didn’t take me long to arrive. Once I had pulled up outside the home, I knocked on the door and took a few steps back toward the car. The door swung open almost immediately and I was met with a very enthusiastic brother of the Bride. He immediately insisted that I come inside to wait for the bride.Now, even though I hadn’t been in the industry for very long, I knew that you were supposed to wait outside. Not only was it the professional thing to do, but it was an added layer of security for the £150,000 car I had arrived in. With that in mind, I made my excuses and very politely declined the offer, before returning to stand to attention outside the car in full uniform replete with hat and gloves.A few moments later, the brother of the bride appeared from the front door once more and approached me. This time his demeanour was a little different. He was speaking in bizarre hushed tones and became even more insistent that in order to fulfil my duties I simply had to come inside. I knew this not to be the case, and beginning to slightly panic, I repeated my previous lines about remaining with the car and declined the offer to come inside once more.As he trudged off back toward the house, all sorts of thoughts began to race through my head. Why was he so insistent that I should come in the house?  I was beginning to worry at the thought of the brother of the bride saying I was ruining the whole experience for his sister.Little did I know at the time that it would become apparent within the next few minutes why he was behaving in the manner he was.A few minutes after he had made his second request, the brother came out of the house. Trying to hide my panic, I stood steadfastly by the car as if I had carried out thousands of wedding journeys previously, ready to be the utmost professional and ready with more courteous apologies. When the brother reached me his tone had mercifully changed, and he simply asked if the bride could come outside and take some photos with the Rolls-Royce and myself before setting off.The relief must have been palpable. I could barely utter the words out to say that of course she could have some photos. I even made a slightly awkward joke about wondering why she would want a photo with an old curmudgeon like me. Fortunately, I was saved from embarrassment by the fact that he was already halfway back to the front door before I finished my audition for the local comedy club.The door finally sprang open and what I saw will stay with me forever. In my short time as a chauffeur I had never seen anything like it, nor have I seen anything like it since. As the bride stepped out of the front door, it became apparent that she had chosen the worst wedding dress I had ever laid eyes on and also ill-fitting beyond description to the point that she could barely walk in it, shuffle was the much more appropriate term.As she approached I smiled at the Bride and said good morning and that she looked stunning, as all true professionals would. The sad truth of it was that I was stunned by her appearance, but for all the wrong reasons. It was at this point that I began to take pity on her, this was perhaps a low-budget affair and maybe the dress was a hand-me-down. Either way I was determined to remain professional and support her in any way I could in my capacity as chauffeur.We began to get into position for the first photo and the bride positioned herself right next to me and the brother was slowly taking his position on the other side of her. The photographer was getting into position when I heard a loud tearing noise. My stomach immediately dropped. Had the edge of the bonnet caught her dress and torn it? Had it somehow got caught in the front grill and now the only way to get it back out was to ruin the dress completely? Had she damaged the car? This day was going from bad to catastrophic and I almost couldn’t bring myself to look.As I slowly turned to the left to pick up the pieces of my career as a professional chauffeur, I was greeted by a sight I’ll never forget. The dress was ruined all right. It was on the floor in its entirety and I found myself staring aghast at a bride that was completely without clothing save her bra, underwear and silk shoes. It was at this moment that the unmistakable sounds of camera shutters went off. Everyone except me immediately burst into laughter. I was in a state of utter shock and confusion, was this some kind of bad dream?A few seconds later it finally dawned on me. I had been the subject of a wedding day prank.The dress was a Velcro-backed homemade fake, and with one sharp pull by the brother the other side of her the whole thing came away. Today, somewhere in the Hampshire region, there’s a wedding album with a picture of a really shocked chauffeur with his mouth wide open, with horror etched on his face, looking at the bride with no clothes on. Looking back now, I think I had the last laugh by forcing her to perform her prank in plain view of the whole neighbourhood rather than in the privacy of her own home. Thankfully for her, the street was very quiet at the time.After composing myself for a few seconds, the bride rushed back into the house before appearing a few minutes later in the most beautiful of wedding gowns. This time she really did look stunning (for all the right reasons), and I was very proud to drive this young lady to her wedding.While weddings are always an emotional rollercoaster, I’m not sure that there were any emotions that I hadn’t experienced on that day! But as they say… it’s all part of the job.Michael Keene – Founder of Premier Carriage
11/27/2023
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