A Yorkshire farming couple rejected the traditional wedding car in favour of a fleet of 11 rugged Isuzu D-Max pick-ups.
David Lee and his bride Esther, who run a farm in Thirsk, tied the knot in Croft-on-Tees, Yorkshire.
Both run Isuzu D-Max pick-ups, a firm favourite with many a farmer because of its ability to cope with tough workloads and challenging rural terrain, while also being refined and comfortable inside.
On their wedding day, the groom chose to arrive at the church in style in his own Isuzu D-Max, while a whole fleet of D-Max vehicles, all owned by family members and friends, delivered ushers and bridesmaids to the ceremony.
After completing their nuptials, the newlyweds were chauffeured to the reception in Esther’s own accessorised D-Max.
Even the local Isuzu dealership helped out, as Colin Huggins explains: “We heard that Mr Lee and his bride, as well as their family and friends, were using D-Max’s for their wedding day, and we were delighted to offer them our demonstrators – in ‘Blade’ and ‘Huntsman’ specification – for transporting other members of the wedding party.
“The procession of gleaming, ribbon-adorned Isuzu pick-ups making their way through the Yorkshire countryside was an amazing sight, and I’m proud that we played a part in making the day extra special for the bride and groom.”