Her Father Died Before Her Wedding. What Her Brother Did Made Everybody Cry.

Her dad passed away a few short months before her wedding, what her brother did shocked her and made everybody cry.

"A few months before her wedding day, Andrea’s father passed away from pancreatic cancer. Shocked and broken by the incident, Andrea’s brother decided to do something extra special for her sister at her wedding.

He planned a very special Father and Daughter dance for her. He recorded a special song, and then Andrea proceeded to dance with each of the men in her family. Her first dance was with her grandfather, followed by her brothers, and finally ending with her new father-in-law."

Click WedZealous.com to see the video, you will see it's a touching video, there wasn’t a dry eye at the reception. It’s a loving tribute!

Image:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIwhMhy3OjYRDGIRIRaKC1g

Source: WedZealous.com

10 Crazy Wedding Confessions

The crazy things people say.

"Your wedding day can easily be one of the most memorable days of your life, however sometimes it might not be for reasons that you expect. We all have at least one friend with a crazy wedding story. Whether or not it’s a bad or funny experience, it’s undeniable that these experiences make your big day just a little bit more special.

To give you an idea of just how crazy other people’s weddings can get, we’ve scoured the Internet to bring you ten crazy confessions from all over the world.

 

1) A not-so-romantic wedding night

“The first thing we did was climb on the bed (tux and gown still on) and opened all of our cards to count our cash. Then, ordered pizza. Even though we had a buffet at the reception, we were still starving. We ate pizza in bed while watching TV. We did NOT consummate our marriage that night. We were way too tired!”

 

2) Beyonce and alcohol isn’t the best wedding combo

“I had just started dating my bf and he took me to his cousin’s wedding where I got to meet all the family at once. Every new gfs dream lol. Anyways because I didn’t really know anyone I of course got pretty wasted and when Beyonce came on I was so into it so I jumped up and started doing the dance and fell. Because I was so wasted everyone got to see up the front of my dress.”

 

3) A major “video fail”

“I was in charge of capturing my friend’s wedding on video. The ceremony started and just as they were announced as husband and wife, I realized I’d forgotten to push record! They had to repeat the vows all over again so I could get a video … Oops.”

 

4) An interesting wedding party

“Got drunk, watched porn in our hotel room with my maid of honor, one of the groomsmen and his boyfriend and after everyone left tried to have drunken shower sex. Flooded the hotel bathroom. Oops. Not what I imagined.”

 

5) While some people may cry due to joy…

“My wife accidentally peed herself at our wedding due to excitement. I actually think the emotional part of that is kind of cute…”

 

6) Less than happy tears on your big day

“What’s the best part of having your seven-year-old cousin be your flower girl? The part where everyone in the wedding party slow dances to the first song to kick off the reception, and instead of pairing up with the adorable eight-year-old ring bearer, she starts crying and runs off the dance floor in a fit. You’re welcome, Kathy!”

 

7) Respecting prayer time

“So I was a bridesmaid in an outdoor wedding. At the beginning of the ceremony I was stung by a bee during prayer time. Couldn’t yell, but quite a few people saw me battle the bee during prayer. Had a red welt from it lol”

 

8) Leaving a fun mess for the cleaning staff

“We got crazy drunk, but still managed to have a lot of fun getting it on. The next day we went [out] and came back to our room to find the cleaning service had been in the room to freshen things up for us and [put] all of our ‘toys’ in a pile by the bed and covered with a cloth. I about died of embarrassment thinking of the staff donning rubber gloves and pincer-grasping each item and placing them carefully in a pile!”

 

9) Razzle dazzle!

“A friend’s daughter attempted to pull the tablecloth out from under our three-tier cake. I stopped her in time but accidently threw her to the ground in the process. I pulled her up and pretended it was a fun game. No one noticed—I hope.”

 

10) Seeing a familiar face

“That moment when you attend the wedding as a guest and realize you had a one night stand with the groom last year. Oops.”"

Go to WedZealous for more wedding funnies.

Billionaire Barber Is A Cut Above The Rest With His Rolls Royce.

Rolls Royce car hire with a twist.

"A barber's profession is not something one associates with wealth and riches. But there is one barber in Bengaluru who arrives in his ₹3.1 crore Rolls Royce Ghost to give a haircut for just ₹65.

The rags to riches story of G. Ramesh Babu is something right out of a Bollywood movie. Though his earnings are modest, Ramesh Babu also runs a highly-successful car rental business that has turned him into a billionaire barber.

Source: rediff.com

And as you would've guessed, his business clients range from politicians to Bollywood actors such as Salman Khan, Aamir Khan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.

Despite being a successful business man, Ramesh Babu goes to his shop everyday and gives haircuts to his clients.

Source: rediff.com

The reason why Ramesh Babu still works as a barber lies in his humble past. He was just 7 when his father died in 1989, leaving the barber shop as the only means of income. Working at the shop which he later named as Inner Space , he always dreamt of owning a car. So he purchased a Maruti Omni and started renting it out. What began as a passion soon translated into an enormously successful car-rental business.

Today, his fleet consists of around 200 cars, including imported vehicles like Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, Mercedes C, E and S class and BMW 5, 6 and 7 series.

Source: rediff.com

Ramesh Babu makes sure that his clients are happy and that the drivers are well-behaved.

The lowest rent for a car that he lets out is ₹1,000 per day and the highest goes up to ₹50,000.

Source: deccanchronicle.com

He always wants to feel connected with his roots and also teaches hair-styling skills to his kids. According to him , "It's a skill job and they’ll have to learn about it. Till I’m there, and hopefully even after, I’ll make sure the salon is running successfully. I have always believed that work is worship. Inner Space is where my bread and butter comes from."

Would love to own a Rolls Royce Silver Ghost.

Source by Shabdita Pareek

http://www.scoopwhoop.com/

Helpful Tips To Get In And Out Of A Wedding Car.

Getting Into The Wedding Car.

  • Step 1 – Let go of the bouquet.  If you are holding your bouquet, your chauffeur will ask for you to hand it to him before you attempt to get in the car.
  • Step 2 – Hold someone’s hand. A wedding gown is a lot larger and heavier than your average dress, so this is no time to be independent.  Take the chauffeurs hand before you attempt to get into the car.  This will allow you to remain steady as you attempt to get into the car.
  • Step 3 – Turn around (with your back facing the vehicle) and sit down on the car seat first.  Then, bring your feet into the car. Alternatively with larger door wedding cars pick your dress up and step into the car then turn and sit down.
  • Step 4 – Make sure your entire wedding gown (and your veil) is in the car.  Before the chauffeur shuts the door, make sure that all of your wedding gown (train included) and your wedding veil are inside of the car.  If it is too difficult for you to pull in your train and/or your veil, your chauffeur will assist.

Getting Out Of The Wedding Car.

  • Step 1 – Don’t attempt to open the door.  Allow the chauffeur to open the door for you before you get out of the vehicle.
  • Step 2 – Let go of the bouquet.  If you are holding your bouquet, hand it over to your chauffeur before you attempt to get out of the car.
  • Step 3 – Look before you leap.  Before you get out of the car, check out the ground in the immediate area to ensure you are not stepping into mud, puddle or a pothole.
  • Step 4 – Start with your both feet first.  Swivel your body around and place both of your feet out of the car.  Then, take the chauffeurs hand before you attempt to get out of the wedding car.  This will keep you steady if you lose your “footing” as you get out of the vehicle.  Once you have both of your feet out of the car and you take the chauffeurs hand, you can step out of the car – watch your head.
  • Step 5 – Make sure your entire dress is out of the car.  Before the chauffeur shuts the door, make sure that your entire gown and your veil is outside of the car.  If it is too difficult for you to grab your train and/or veil, ask for assistance.

Stepfather Cuts Funding For Daughters Wedding At The Last Minute.

The stepfather thought he was gifting to someone whom he treated as his own daughter. He never thought she could treat him like this.

"My step-daughter will be getting married on November 3rd. The wedding planning has consumed most of her and her mother's life (I say her mother because we aren't married, though we've lived together for so years) for the past six months.

My step-daughter graduated last December from University. I paid for her to go to college, though it was a state school, it still ran $40K. She does not have a job and has been living with us for the duration of her college career and since her graduation. I also bought her a car to get back and forth from school when she finished high school.

From time to time her deadbeat father would pop into her life and she would fawn all over him. Although he has not contributed a cent to her education or paid any child support, though that is my girlfriend's fault as C.S. was not part of the settlement, she still loves him and wants him in her life. He stays long enough to break her heart by skipping town and breaking some promise that he made her.

The wedding venue holds 250 people max. I gave them a list of 20 people that I wanted invited, you know, since I was paying for everything. They told me that was no problem and they'd take care of it. So I let these people know they'd be getting an invite and they should save the date. Saturday, I saw one of my friends on this list at the golf course and asked if he was coming. He told me that he wasn't invited. He told me that he got an announcement, but not an invitation. He had it in his back seat (along with probably six months of mail) and showed it to me. Sure enough, it was just an announcement, and my name was nowhere on it. It had her dad's name and her mom's name and not mine.

This led to a pretty big fight with my GF, as I found out that NONE of my list of twenty "made the cut" for the final guest list because "25o people is very tight." I was pissed, but not a hell of a lot I could do because the important people in my life had already been offended. My GF said "if some people didn't rsvp yes, I might be able to get a couple people in." But that is an ultimate slap in the face in my opinion. So, I was boiling on Saturday.

The wedding venue holds 250 people max. I gave them a list of 20 people that I wanted invited, you know, since I was paying for everything. They told me that was no problem and they'd take care of it. So I let these people know they'd be getting an invite and they should save the date. Saturday, I saw one of my friends on this list at the golf course and asked if he was coming. He told me that he wasn't invited. He told me that he got an announcement, but not an invitation. He had it in his back seat (along with probably six months of mail) and showed it to me. Sure enough, it was just an announcement, and my name was nowhere on it. It had her dad's name and her mom's name and not mine.

This led to a pretty big fight with my GF, as I found out that NONE of my list of twenty "made the cut" for the final guest list because "250 people is very tight." I was pissed, but not a hell of a lot I could do because the important people in my life had already been offended. My GF said "if some people didn't rsvp yes, I might be able to get a couple people in." But that is an ultimate slap in the face in my opinion. So, I was boiling on Saturday.

Yesterday, we had a Sunday dinner with the future in-law's family and us and a surprise guest, the "Real Dad." At this little dinner my step-daughter announced that her "Real Dad" was going to be able to make it to her wedding and that now he'd be able to give her away. This was greeted with a chorus of "Oh how great" and "How wonderful"s.

I don't think I have ever felt so angry and so disrespected. I was shaking. I took a few seconds to gather my composure, because I honestly wasn't sure if I would cry or start throwing punches or both. Once I was sure I'd be able to speak I got up from my chair and said I'd like to make a toast. I can't remember exactly what I said but the gist of it was this:

"I'd like to make a toast." The sound of spoons against glasses ring in my ears. "It has been my great pleasure to be a part of this family for the past ten years." Awe, how sweet. "At this point in my life I feel I owe a debt of gratitude to bride and groom, because they have opened my eyes to something very important." Confident smiles exchanged. "They have showed me that my position in this family is not what I once thought it was." And now a glimmer of confusion and shock begins to spread on the faces in the room. "Though I once thought of myself as the patriarch or godfather of the family, commanding great respect and sought out for help in times of need, it seems instead that I hold the position of an ATM, good for a stream of money, but not much else. As I have been replaced as host, both on the invitations and in the ceremony, I am resigning my financial duties as host to my successor, Real Dad. So cheers to the happy couple and the path they have chosen." I finished my drink. "You all can let yourselves out."

Is this selfish? I'm supposed to shell out 40 - 50 grand for a wedding that I can't invite anyone to? That I am not a part of? I'm so done with this crap. I'm done with my step-daughter, I'm done with my GF. I transferred the money out of our joint account last night. (she has not had a job since she moved in with me) This morning I called all the vendors I had written checks to for deposits to refund my money. At present it looks like I'll lose around 1500, for the venue, but the other vendors have been great about refunding."

Was he right, what do you think?

By Mary Sue http://www.hrtwarming.com/

Modern Wedding Colour Palettes.

Check out these modern colour combinations.

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"Bordeaux + Wisteria + Silver

Good for: Modern museum weddings

Tips for pulling it off: This palette shines when used in sleek and minimalist designs, so choose orchids and calla lilies and simple formal wear to celebrate in style.

Black + white + hot pink

Good for: Modern spring weddings

Tips for pulling it off: Keep the look formal with classic patterns like damask and stripes while adding a style boost with an ultra-contemporary color like hot pink."

Perfect for this season.

By Vi-An Nguyen 

Photo by Mary Wyar Photography

www.theknot.com

Daughter Surprises Stepdad With A Car After He Sold His To Pay The Wedding.

Fathers Days don't get much better than being gifted a car by your daughter.

"For her stepfather to be able to fulfill her mom's dream wedding, he had to sacrifice one thing that's precious to him. Her stepfather decided to sacrifice his 1973 Porsche 914.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRCqLI0G0Cw

He broke down the car into several pieces and separately sold them.

Kristen was moved by what her stepfather had done. She wanted to give back his kindness by giving him the best Fathers Day ever.

She spent 2 years searching for the similar car that her stepfather sold.

As she showed her surprise for her stepdad everybody was in tears."

Wow! What a wonderful surprise.

http://www.crackerdaily.com/2016/04/stepdad-sold-his-car-to-fulfill-his-wifes-dream-wedding-years-later-step-daughter-surprised-him-with-this.html

Your Best Choice For 2016.

The silver Rolls Royce Silver Cloud Mk1 is a fashionable colour car for 2016 weddings, chosen by those who know that only the silver Rolls Royce Silver Cloud will do. For couples who aren't familiar with the merits of the Silver Cloud, here some of the reasons to choose this car.

The Rolls Royce Silver Cloud has a rear cabin floor which is flat and 35cm off the ground with wide doors that makes entry and exit a very gracious and dignified process unlike modern cars. The rear passenger seat is a sprung bench seat contoured and plushly comfortable, couples will tell you how they enjoy the experience of luxury and ride comfort compared to modern transport. 

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Although a very large car that is nearly 60 years old, the Rolls Royce Silver Cloud is comfortable cruising at a little over 80mph, and will exceed 100mph. It is a car that turns heads and causes all eyes to follow it as it glides past, it is traditionally elegant with flowing lines and long bonnet, Rolls Royce Wedding hire does not get any better than the Rolls Royce Silver Cloud.

Hire from £399 a Rolls Royce Silver Cloud worth approaching £100,000 and equivalent to £250,000 when new which remains an epitome of elegance and smartness. As one of the greatest and most timeless of all Rolls Royce's, it pampers its occupants while broadcasting to the world outside that they are people of status, style, affluence and influence.

New For 2016

It's Official! 

You know the 2016 season favourite theme is silver. As part of your silver theme we have silver wedding cars to help you.

If you have a vintage silver theme your perfect choice would be the silver Rolls Royce Silver Cloud already a popular choice.

For the modern bride we have silver Mercedes S Class Limousine for bridal transport or the second car to the silver Rolls Royce Silver Cloud.

Silver Rolls Royce Silver Cloud

Silver Rolls Royce Silver Cloud

Silver Mercedes S Class Limousine

Silver Mercedes S Class Limousine

Here Is A Taxi Tip

Here is a taxi tip.

The classic London Fairway Wedding Taxis are perfect transport. If you have small children and getting married requiring transport, many couples have found them ideal because;

1. They have a large amount of passenger space. Means room for the family and belongings.

2. The seats all face each other. Gives the benefit of face to face contact to keep children calm.

3. You can sit with or without seatbelts. Gives the opportunity to move & attend your children.

4. Large wide opening doors. Means easy access for the family belongings and child seats.

London Fairway Taxi cabs are also popular as reception entertainment, some have been adapted as photo booths. An example of a London Fairway Taxi Photo Booth can be seen here.

Get What You Want For Free!

You don't need money to get the wedding car you want.

Here at Kent & Medway Wedding Cars we are unique in giving you the opportunity for swapping and bartering goods and services in exchange for your wedding car hire.

We are interested at present in building trades. Would you have a building trade or service to offer in exchange for your wedding car hire.

We have requirements for groundwork at present.

If you are interested in swapping your goods or services in exchange for wedding car hire, get in touch with us. 

It’s a completely free way to benefit from your own skills or talents in return for wedding car hire.

Swap your services or goods for these cars on your wedding day.

Swap your services or goods for these cars on your wedding day.

That's Lovely

New Testimonial

"Thank you so much for your beautiful car for our wedding on May 3rd. It was absolutely stunning and everyone has commented on how perfect it was for our wedding." Emma and Matt 11.5.2015

Rolls Royce Silver Cloud wedding hire in Kent

Rolls Royce Silver Cloud wedding hire in Kent

Thank You For Your Kindness.

New Testimonial

"Just want to say thank you so much for the beautiful car for our wedding on Saturday, and please thank the driver.  He was so nice and friendly and certainly put us at ease. We will definitely recommend your company for a wonderful service, beautiful cars and excellent prices." Lesley 20.4.2015

Be Like Celebrities Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan.

Towie Celebrity Mark Wright and Actress Michelle Keegan had their long awaited wedding this week.

Mark and Michelle got married at the luxurious Hengrave Hall in Suffolk which comes complete with it's own church just a short stroll from the main house.

Michelle chose to arrive at the venue in a classic white Daimler DS Limousine.

If you would like to arrive in the same car as Michelle go here for the white Daimler DS Limousine.

Classic White Daimler DS Limousine

Classic White Daimler DS Limousine

Have You Booked Your Car? Here Is A Tip.

It's the month of May and Kent & Medway Wedding Cars have already completed 50 wedding bookings. If you have not booked your car yet we still have vehicles available.  

Here is a tip. If you have small children and you are getting married requiring transport. The classic London Fairway Wedding Taxis are perfect transport. Many couples have found them ideal because;

1. They have a large amount of passenger space. Means room for the family and belongings.

2. You can sit with or without seatbelts. Gives the opportunity to move & attend your children.

3. The seats all face each other. Gives the benefit of face to face contact to keep children calm.

4. Large wide opening doors. Means easy access for the family belongings and child seats.

London Fairway Taxis for weddings in Kent.

Wanted! Bride And Bridesmaids For New TV Show.

Are you getting married between May 2015 and December 2015?

Are you a super excited bride-to-be with several equally excitable bridesmaids putting the finishing touches to your wedding proceedings?

Are your bridesmaids frantically planning your hen night? Arranging practice make up sessions? Organising last minute spa sessions and outfit changes?

Well Twofour TV Productions want to hear from you!

Twofour TV Productions are making an exciting new show all about brides, their family and bridesmaids – a show that looks at the family, their relationship and the girly dynamics that surround the lead up to the big day!

They’re looking for a bride-to-be to take part, along with their family and bridesmaids.

If you are a bride-to-be and this sounds like fun to you then please get in touch.