Post # 1
My reception goes from 8 pm – 1 am, and is half an hour away from my hometown or where most friends live.
i am worried that people will either not stay the whole time or not attend at all because it ends later, is 35 min drive from home, and they won’t be able to drink so much. We blocked off hotel rooms nearby but they are pricey.
I decided to rent s party bus, to drop people off at a central location in our hometown, then it would just be a $5-10 cab further.
should I rent it now and enclose information in the invitation, to entice more people to RSVP yes? Or should I wait, see who RSVPs, and then privately send them the info? I’m afraid if they don’t know about the party bus being an option they won’t come!!
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
Is your wedding really in 20 days?? If so, those invitations need to be out like… a month ago. Don’t even take the time to add something else, just rent afterward but maybe tell people via text or Facebook if you think it will affect their rsvps
Post # 4
@MrsCreeToBe: I did something similiar after my invitations went out. For us, it was just seeing if we wanted to spend the money on transportation.
We rented a Coach bus to take guests from the hotel to the venue and then back at the end of the reception. It was a big hit.
I created a facebook “group” with my wedding information and then just got the word out through word of mouth and I placed it on my regular wedding website. I just wasn’t ready to commit to something so big until I had a better handle on who was coming!