Post # 1
We are planning a very small ceremony at FH’s mom’s house with a larger reception later in the day with all of our friends and family. She lives in a very nice neighborhood, so we want to make sure that we don’t make a ton of enemies just to have a nice, backyard wedding ceremony. So we decided to charter a bus to pick people up at the reception site and deliver them to his mom’s house (so that parking doesn’t become a nightmare). And I want a cute way to inform everyone and give them all of the information like what is happening, times for meeting etc. But I am soooo out of ideas!! T
he complete plan is to have everyone be there (reception site) by 215, the bus will leave by 230, ceremony @ 300, small tea and refreshments/champagne, load up on the bus and drive around the city to take photos until the reception @ 600 (where the bus will drop everyone off).
So in other words. . . HELP me!
Post # 3
I think your post is a little confusing. You want to inform the guests or the wedding party? If you’re just talking guests, then keep it simple by putting "Transportation to reception provided" on the invite or RSVP card. If you want to tell the wedding party, I would just call them and tell them this, trying to write it out will probably just confuse them. You could also make a schedule for the day’s events and hand them out to the bridal party.
Post # 4
I would say something like…"Scenic Tour and Luxurious Transportation included" lmao I don’t know…I know what you are getting at but trying to think of a cute way to say it…hmmm and I am usually pretty good at these things and you stumped me…Let me think on it and I will get back to you 😀
Post # 5
Ceremony to be held at three o’clock in the afternoon in a private setting, therefore it is requested that you arrive at the reception site no later than two fifteen
To help ease this burden, luxourious transportation will be provided from reception site to ceremony site
Ceremony to be followed with a quaint tea and scenic tour of this beautiful city before the reception
This is a lot of information to put in…but I hope this helps at least a little bit 😀