(Closed) Is it rude to not provide transportation for guests?

posted 4 years ago in Logistics
Post # 46
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

ilovesophia:  I didn’t want to “like” your post, but I did want to offer my condolences on the loss of your brother. 

I grew up in a small town too, and my HS class has lost so many people to drunk drivers. If we weren’t getting married smack in the middle of a big city, just blocks from our venue, I’d totally pay for a shuttle.

Post # 47
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

Not unless there’s not means of transportation otherwise. I’m talking in the mountains or desert. 

Post # 48
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193 posts
Blushing bee

summerbride0815:  I’m thinking guests can use hotel shuttles (nearly all will be staying at hotels). We will have a limited number of rides and I don’t think that can also cover bridal party, so we will book separate transport for us!

Post # 49
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Sugar bee

ironmaidelah:  thank you. It really sucks. I guess my point was that there’s a difference between what is rude to do/not do, and what you just should do if you’re providing alcohol. Yes, everyone is an adult and should take care of themselves and be responsible. But many adults don’t. And I’d rather shell out $1200 if it means I know no one is driving home drunk from my wedding and possibly killing someone else’s brother. I think it’s a small price to pay. 

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