All Stretched Out provides affordable and luxury wedding car hire throughout Cardiff and surrounding areas. Our fleet of Cardiff wedding cars caters to every type of wedding imaginable.

Our signature Rolls Royce’s, the Phantom and the Ghost are the perfect luxury vehicles for most weddings. If something different is your style then we have the all new 2015 Tesla Model S, the Range Rover Sport, the custom built Gemima Bramwith or the Attitude limousine. We have a solution that fits your needs.

We cover the entirety of Cardiff and it’s surrounding areas including Newport for wedding car hire. Nothing is too far for us and we will travel. Please take a look at our fleet of luxury vehicles available for hire below.

About Cardiff

Cardiff has been a city since the mid-1900s and was made the capital city of Wales in 1955 – before this, Swansea was the capital. Cardiff is a flourishing business focus and adds to the larger part of Wales’ economy. More than 50% of it’s workforce are included openly organization, instruction and wellbeing and monetary and business administrations. These divisions have added to 75% of Cardiff’s monetary development.

Tourism contributes a noteworthy part of the economy. In 2009, it had more than 15 million guests. Amid 2009, these 15 million guests creates over £700million in income. A percentage of the primary vacation spots included key tourist attractions such as the Wales Millennium Centre, arranged in the prestigious Cardiff Bay, St Fagans History Museum, National Museum and Cardiff Castle.

Unemployment is around 4.4% (2010). This is a large portion of the normal unemployment rate in the U.K. highlighting exactly how flourishing the economy is. There are four colleges containing about 45000 understudies in Cardiff, including Cardiff University which is positioned inside of the main 25 colleges in the United Kingdom, the University of South Wales, Cardiff Metropolitan University and The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. There are two schools, 20 state auxiliary schools, 5 tuition based schools and 98 non-public schools.

The media business likewise adds to the economy. The bases for Welsh divisions of the BBC and ITV are situated in Cardiff. Projects like Doctor Who, Holby City and Casualty are shot at the BBC studios in Cardiff Bay. A multi-million pound task to construct a Pinewood Studios studio, which wants to bring a wealth of high class performers, executives and journalists to Wales whilst likewise producing another £90million per annum.

Another significant industry is the shopping business. A £675 million expansion to the St. David’s Shopping Centre, helpfully named St.David’s 2, brought a great many extra occupations and has subsequent to produce a huge number of pounds. It has been named one of the main 5 shopping destinations in the U.K. what’s more, contains the biggest John Lewis store outside of London.

Cardiff has seven hospitals with plans to create another 2 in the coming 10 years, the fundamental one being the University Hospital of Wales, which is the third biggest doctor’s facility in the United Kingdom.

One of the most popular tourist attractions in Cardiff is the Millennium Stadium. Commonly known as the home ground for the Welsh national rugby union team it also has staged events and hosted yearly occasions and coincidental occasions, from Rihanna shows to Six Nations rugby matches. It is the third largest rugby stadium within the Six-Nations Championship with a total seating capacity of just under 75,000 behind the French Stade de France and the English Twickenham stadiums.

Rugby is a major piece of the huge brandishing group. Not just does it contain the grounds at which the Welsh rugby group train for their diversions, it likewise is the home of the Cardiff Blues rugby group. The Blues prepare and play their matches at Cardiff Arms Park, which is likewise utilized via Cardiff City football club. Additionally, it contains the Swalec Stadium, which is the area of the Glamorgan Cricket group furthermore plays host to numerous yearly worldwide cricket occasions.

Cardiff is home to several eminent individuals who have become world famous, e.g. the creator Roald Dahl, artists Shirley Bassey and Charlotte Church, footballers Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey and Ryan Giggs and the chronicled figure, Henry Morgan.