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ENGLISH TAXI   AS A SPACIOUS,  ORIGINAL   WEDDING CAR Scottish Wedding Service
Scottish Wedding Service: complete with chauffeur in dark suit and bowler hat, or in Scottish Highland Dress, plus a performance on the bagpipes! The wedding car: a white English taxi, an icon from the United Kingdom, ideal as a roomy and original wedding car. Something new in the wedding transport - LTI TX4, the original beautiful white English taxi! What really sets this service apart from any other wedding car, is that the driver can also perform as a Scottish bagpipe player, in full Highland ‘Day Dress’ - which in Scotland is often worn by the groom. A piper adds a distinctive Scottish and festive atmosphere to your wedding venue. For example leading the bride and groom as they walk from the car to the town hall or church, or marching in front of the car - An impressive arrival that everyone will remember! There is also the option of car hire with driver in dark suit and bowler hat without a bagpipe performance. It remains a very original and elegant style of transport on the wedding day!
Something new in the field of wedding transport - this original and beautiful white English taxi! What really sets this service apart from other wedding cars is that the driver can also perform as a Scottish bagpipe player, in full Highland 'Day Dress' -  which in Scotland is often worn by the groom. A piper adds a distinctively Scottish and festive atmosphere to your wedding venue. For example, leading the bride and groom as they walk from the car to the town hall or to the church - or marching in front of the car. - An impressive arrival that everyone will remember! There is also the option of car hire with driver in dark suit and bowler hat, without a bagpipe performance. It’s still a very original and stylish mode of transport for your wedding day!
Chauffeur in Scottish ‘Day Dress’
And in dark suit and bowler hat
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