7 Inspiring Getaway Vehicles for the End of Your Wedding

Modes of transportation used by real couples as their "escape" from the reception.

They say that the end of your wedding day comes all too soon – you’re so swept up in every task and event that, when the music finally dies down and you get a chance to check the time, you’re truly stunned to find it's over. Discovering that your celebration has officially ended can be a little sad, which is why many brides and grooms elect to take off into the night in a big way. Most couples are familiar with the concept of a “grand entrance,” but why not add a “grand exit” at the end of the reception or after-party? Providing guests with sparkers or noise markers to hold during this exodus is popular, but perhaps one of our favorite ways to mark the occasion is with an idyllic “getaway” vehicle.

Depending on the motif of your wedding, selecting a mode of transportation to take you and your new spouse away from the venue and back home or to your hotel is a great way to further your concept. If you had a glitzy and glamorous fête, why not consider a classic or vintage car, such as a Rolls Royce, to pick you up? If you’re hosting a more casual affair, why not ride off into the sunset in the bed of a truck? There are plenty of options from which to choose.

Scroll through the photos below from real weddings to get ideas for your own getaway vehicle – and be sure to click on each picture for further inspiration!

Photo by Shaun Menary Photography; Bridal Salon: Mark Ingram Atelier

Photo by Karlisch Photography & f8 Studio; Planning & Design by Diamond Affairs Weddings & Special Events

Photo by Studio AvantGarda

Photo by Samuel Lippke Studios; Bridal Gown by Monique Lhuillier

Photo by Kat Braman Photography; Planning & Design by Posh Parties

Photo by Tec Petaja; Floral Design by Amaryllis, Inc.; Planning & Design by SoCo Events

Photo by Crystal Stokes Photography

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Authored by: Megan Simpson