Expert advice about cars & transport

Here is a selection of Q&As from Your South Wales Wedding magazine whether it be about flowers, hair and makeup, fashion, wedding themes, health & beauty, cakes, stationery, legal advice. If you would like your question answered by our experts, please email it to


Arrive in style

Arrive in style

Q. We're looking for some quirky transport for our big day. Do you have any suggestions?

A. Luke Van Kempen says: The transport that you choose will say a lot about you as a couple. It can express your personalities, blend with the overall theme of the wedding and is a reflection of the atmosphere that you want to create. Think about who you would like to be transported and how many can the vehicle sit comfortably? Where are you going to and from and how long will the journey be? Will you choose a chauffeur-driven car or self-drive? These are all important things to consider before booking. Here at Van Kampers, we believe that by having a family member or friend drive your transport it makes it more personal, and adds flexibility to the day. Whatever you choose, it can play a big part in your wedding photographs too.

We offer a Volkswagen T2 Campervan for self-drive hire. Our van Willow can seat up to six people comfortably and is ideal for the bridal party.

Luke Van Kempen




Q. We're having a vintage-themed celebration, and we want to incorporate this into our transport. Do you have any ideas of how we can do this?

A. Bev Boulton says: There's an abundance of ways you can decorate your big-day transport to suit your vintage theme.

We love adorning our vehicles with lace ribbons, bows and floral garlands.

You could decorate your chosen car with cans trailing off the rear bumper.

Brides love our Campervan decorated with blooms and rustic hearts.

We use hessian signs on the front and rear of the vehicles, which look great in those all-important photographs.

Bev Boulton

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