We have carriages and wagons for all your special events. They are a great addition to weddings, birthday parties, quinceaneras, fall festivals, school events, funerals, parades, and Christmas parties. We have six horse-drawn wagons & carriages for you to choose from. Please scroll down to see a picture and description of each of them below.
Over the years we've worked many festivals, parades, and weddings including; Dickens on the Strand Parades, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo parade and Grand Entry, Seabourne Creek Park Prairie Heritage Festival, Armond Bayou Nature Center, Nature Discovery Center in Belair, Livingston's Country Christmas.
The wagonette is a classy and comfortable ride. It features stained wooden inserts and two 10 foot padded bench seats. It's perfect for parades, western weddings, and rides at festivals.
Our rustic farm wagon is perfect for living history and Texas heritage events. It has two 10 foot wooden bench seats.
Our antique covered wagon is now available. This 1800's covered wagon adds a lot of ambiance to any event. It is available with the cover on or off. It also has a partial top for shade, while still allowing the passengers to enjoy the view. It has bench seating and holds 8-10 people.
This carriage is elegant and fun. It has two gold seats that face each other. The lighted Cinderella top ads a big wow-factor at Quinceaneras, fairy tale weddings, and children's birthday parties. This carriage is available pulled by a horse or a unicorn.
This carriage is classically elegant. It is white with navy blue seats. This is our largest carriage. The front two seats face each other. There is also an additional third row seat. The limousine carriage is great for weddings, Christmas light tours, and father-daughter dances.
Ho ho ho . . . Nothing gets everyone in the holiday spirit better than a sleight ride. We are a little short on snow, so our Texas sleigh runners have wheels underneath. This sleigh can be pulled by a single horse for rides. In this picture it was pulled by a small tractor for Santa's Grand Entrance in a Christmas parade.