A beautiful wedding dress and a touch of nerves needs more space

How many people can you seat? I thought I would address this question further in my very first  post as it is one of our most commonly asked questions.

In a kombi, there are three rows: the front (with the driver), the middle row and the back row.  Depending on the model, a kombi can seat up to 8 or 9 people (including the driver) but for a wedding, we limit the number of passengers. We recommend you aim for 4-5 people per vehicle. This will give you the physical space you need, and mentally, you will be more relaxed so you can enjoy the journey to the ceremony.   

We seat the bride in the middle row of seats as this has the easiest access, and allows for a graceful entry and exit out of the vehicle. Next to the bride, there should be only one other person. On the way to the ceremony, we seat dad or mum next to the bride and then post ceremony, your husband! The bridesmaids or groomsmen sit in the back row.  

 

Aim for 4-5 per vehicle for a comfortable ride. Monica Branley Photography

Aim for 4-5 per vehicle for a comfortable ride. Monica Branley Photography