NEWLYWEDS Richard and Samantha Kaye were whisked off on their honeymoon in a magical car.
As if their wedding was not spellbinding enough, the couple rode in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang to the amazement of guests.
And thankfully, there was no wicked Child Catcher to terrorise little bridesmaids or pageboys.
The beloved musical tells the story of an inventor who finds a decrepit car which turns out to have magic powers.
His family then set out to liberate a world where children are outlawed.
Richard, who runs the fireplace firm Fired Up in Meltham, arranged the car as a special surprise for his children Matthew, aged six, and Annabelle, four.
Acting as pageboy and bridesmaid they travelled in Chitty from their Farnley Tyas home for the event at Bagden Hall Country Hotel, Scissett.
The Chitty is a replica of the original film car normally on display at the Islington Transport and Toy Museum in Edinburgh.
There are just two working - if not flying - Chittys in the world.
The 18-foot long car with its red and white cedar deck and brass fitting was arranged by Huddersfield party planners Icing on the Cake Entertainment.
The firm's boss, Kay Dyson, is one of Richard's childhood friends. Both were winners of the Examiner's Superyouth tournament back in 1974.
The car was met by a jazz band playing the musical's Oscar- nominated title song.
And after the wedding ceremony, the car's owner Tony Green delighted young guests by taking them for rides around the area.