|Literally a "man-made" rebellious ride!|
taken from Rebellious Bunch - Pat Dy
Gone are the days of the usual carriages, vintage cars, or traditional luxury rides the likes of a Benz or a BMW. Of course there's nothing wrong with these classic choices if that's really your personality--but if you are only doing it for the status quo or because that's what your parents would approve of--then drop it. Drop it now, and drop it gewd. Because baby, there are so many other rebellious and creative rides you can go for.
How about a bridal ride that gives off an "elopement" wedding vibe? Like you were just swept off of your feet and you are riding off to the sunset with your bad boy? =P
|Taken from Rebellious Bunch - Mark Cantalejo|
How about a quirky, fun, ride like a Mini Cooper?
|Taken from Rebellious Bunch - Nelwin Uy|
How about having yourself carried away...
To your own private boat ride?
"By the sea, by the sea, by the beautiful sea, you and me..."
|Photos by Rebellious Bunch - Pat Dy|
Or how about a Hippie ride of some Peace, Love, and Harmony? :)
|Photo by Paolo Feliciano |
Rebellious Bride - Vina
Or perhaps, a macho car? Nothing is sexier than a girl with some kick-ass, manly taste!
|Photo lifted from Rebellious Bunch - Mark Cantalejo|
Holy Carabao! How about seamlessly following through with your theme to the hilt? Farm Wedding? Well then, Carabaos are just the thing to take you to your prince!
|Photo by Nelwin Uy |
Rebellious Bride - Beverly
How about going fast and rebellious?
|Photos by Rebellious Bunch - Mango Red|
Rebellious Bride Mica, cleverly opted for a PT cruiser which was reminiscent of the go-cart derby contest in Little Rascals wherein Waldo sported a futuristic little car. Her rebellious ride was not only perfect with their Little Rascals / Love Play theme, but it also reflected Mica's fun personality.
I on the other hand, opted for the most sensible ride in Boracay--a tricycle ride! Most Bora weddings used golf cars as bridal cars--but my wedding was essentially a Bora Hop and it was all about staying true with how my husband and I enjoyed the island so there was really no other practical rebellious ride for me but this! I love that the tricycle also sported upholstered seats with a floral design--it was the perfect touch instead of putting flowers in front of my trike!
For our June wedding, I super duper wanted to execute a Yellow School Bus as my bridal car, and I wanted all my friends to ride with me. Unfortunately, I couldn't find one to rent!
What other rebellious rides would I have opted for? Call me crazy and weird but I would have LOOOOVED to have had a classic 70s love bus, OR a camper, OR an ice cream truck! It's not too late though--anyone who owns one---message us and we'd love to make a rebellious photo shoot! Haha :)
The LOOOOVE Bus!
An ice cream truck to serve as part of the cocktails for the reception too! :)
Know of other brides who had rebellious rides? Or do you have more ideas for a rebellious ride? We'd love to know! Share it with us :)
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