Rolls Royce Wedding Car Hire

The style and sophistication of a bygone era

At Forest of Bowland Wedding Car Hire, we specialise in providing vintage and classic Rolls Royce wedding cars.


There are very few cars as sophisticated as the Rolls Royce 1933. On your wedding day, this spectacular chauffeur driven car will be adorned with ribbons and bows of your colour choice. All of our cars, including the Rolls Royce 1933, are available for viewing before booking.

Find out more about the Rolls Royce 1933...


The 1933 Rolls Royce 20/25 limousine in a colour combination of cream and black. This vehicle is from the height of the Art Deco period. No car is as sophisticated as an authentic 1930s Rolls Royce. The vehicle comes with a chauffeur in authentic period 1930's  uniform.

The interior of the vehicle consists of cream leather seating in the rear and royal blue carpets.There is plenty of room for even the most extravagant of dresses. There are also two occasional seats which can be folded down to give seating for four persons if required.


On your special day, the car will be adorned in ribbons and bows of your colour choice.

If you would like to discuss Rolls Royce Wedding Car Hire, please get in touch.

Early history of the 2025

In the early 1900's when purchasing a Rolls Royce you initially bought the engine and chassis. The new owner would then send the basic car to a coach builder of their choice to have the main body, seats etc fitted.

Our car was sent to the well renown coach builder Thrupp and Maberley who fitted the limousine body that you see today.

The car was first owned by and American called John Junius Morgan who was  in fact born in Paris. 

J.J. Morgan was the nephew of the America financier John Pierpoint Morgan.

The second owner was the shipping magnet William McInnes,who was an avid art collector. Upon his death in 1944 William left his art collection, which numbered over 700 items to the City of Glasgow. The collection included works by Monet, Degas, Renoir, van Gogh, Picasso & Cezanne as well as works of silverware, pottery and glass by both known and unknown artists.

The car was then used as a taxi during the post war years which was presumably to gain extra petrol rations.

Following this the car then went through a variety of owners through to the present day.