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Meet The Supplier… Craft Beer Bus!

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The Craft Beer Bus…

I love my job… as with all jobs there are highs and lows, but when i got talking to Craft Beer Bus via Twitter I got all excited, tracked them down and told them they just had to become part of Mr & Mrs Unique… Not just because they are original and unique but also because they are bloody AWESOME!!! Craft beers AND Independent Gins served from the most amazing bus that just rocked up at your wedding… just imagine that!!! I want to come!!!

Tom, one of the guys behind the bus tells us about his project and why he thinks this would be a great talking point at your wedding…

Tom…

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Tell us a bit about your business…

Selling Craft Beer and Independent Gins and spirits as well a great selection of carefully chosen wines, we are the Craft Beer Bus. We serve from inside a beautiful 1959 Leyland Tiger Cub, one of only 2 remaining. 

Our focus is on keeping things vintage and local and giving the customer a one off experience with fantastic atmosphere and great drinks. Available for bookings and can tailor our offering to fit your specific wedding needs.

What made you start up the business…

Wanted to get out of the rat race and start doing something that I loved. So I decided to

A 1960’s & Italian Inspired Wedding…

Wedding Photography by Paola De Paola Weddings

Beth & Antonio’s Wedding…

Im a sucker for a cute pet, so when this wedding shot by Mr & Mrs Unique supplier Paola De Paola Photography hit my inbox I couldn’t help but fall in love with the little pug! Plus the couple are super cool, so it was a big fat yes please to feature them!

Here Paola tells us a bit more about the day:

Name of the couple…

Beth & Antonio

Location…

London

Wedding Venue…

Morden Park House, Merton

Reception Venue…

Windmill on the Common, Clapham

Why you love this wedding…

This was a very relaxed wedding and I got along really well with the couple. I liked Beth’s style of the 60s. As Antonio is Italian, she wanted to look like an Italian actress from that era. An English Sofia Loren.

I absolutely love the reception venue, the Windmill on the Common. It’s retro, quirky but in a very modern way. I loved the registry office as well, a listed building surrounded by a beautiful park.

What were the couple’s requirements…

A relaxed, not intrusive, almost photo-journalist style but with feelings.

Favourite details of the day…

The pug with the tuxedo.

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Favourite moment of the day…

When they all went on the red double-decker bus after the ceremony on the way to the reception. They …

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