The car will be at the bride's home at the agreed time, already decorated with flowers and bows (as agreed in advance with the bride and groom), leaving the photographer plenty of time to take the first photos of the bride as she leaves home.
From the moment you book your vehicle we will be at your complete disposal, providing you with all the advice you may need, agreeing on the arrival time time at the bride's home, and planning for the optimal trip schedule, depending on the destination.
A relaxed and well-organised schedule will certainly reflect positively on the quality of your photographs and video footage.
The car and our driver will be at your disposal
throughout the ceremony and the photo sessions, for as long as you desire!
Our midnight blue Mercedes E-Class, with light grey leather interior, lends itself very well to the photography, thanks to the colour contrast with the bride's dress and the elegance of the walnut trim.
We can also provide period cars such as the Beetle, the Lancia Fulvia, and other models upon request, as well Sport Cars and GT models, available for the entire weekend, with or without driver.
And that's not all, if required we can also supply minivans and minibuses for family and friends!
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white, convertible, much appreciated by newlyweds!
Sober, yet at the same time elegant and eye-catching!
It currently holds the world record for longevity, having been in continuous production for 65 years. Also, it has long held the record for best-selling car in the world, with 21,529,464 models sold to date.
Example of a floral decoration on our Mercedes E-Class
The E-Class, the Mercedes Saloon par excellence, elegant, comfortable..and unforgettable!
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Our Mercedes E-Class, decorated with flowers and a bow on the bonnet, the E-Class, the Mercedes saloon par excellence, elegant, comfortable..and unforgettable!
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Mercedes S-Class, the flagship of the Mercedes range, simply the best! Perfect lines, beige leather interior
created by Lancia in 1963, its distinctive outline is based on three square volumes. The primary technical features include: front-wheel drive, four-cylinder V-4 engine, 4 disc brakes, 4-speed manual transmission with steering wheel controls. A distinctive touch is the mechanical rev counter mounted in the centre of the dashboard.
Opinions differed on the bodywork, but the car certainly possesses a certain elegance, while not being particularly "beautiful", the Fulvia enjoyed significant success thanks to its superior comfort, build and road-holding.