(Closed) Transportation Confusion

posted 9 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 3
979 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

We are not providing transportation of any kind.  We just can’t afford it.  So we are hoping people will just rent cars to get where they need to go.  Fingers crossed!

Post # 4
3762 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

I just talked to a limo company today.  Most limos only hold about 18 people max comfortably.  Here is what the limo company recommended (and what we’ll probably go with)

2:00 pm Limo picks Bride, Bridesmaids, and mother up from salon/house/wherever and takes them to the church

2:30 pm: Limo picks Groom, Groomsmen, and other males up from wherever and takes them to the church

After the ceremony (about 4:00 pm) the limo will take the entire group (Bride, Groom, Bridesmaids, Groomsmen, and maybe both sets of parents) to the reception. 

I do not think you are responsible at all for transporting guests.

Oh By The Way, we were quoted that the limo is normally $150/hr but since its during the day they charge $135/hr plus 20% gratuity for the drivers.  3 hr minimum.  We are estimating the cost to be about $500

Post # 5
1676 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

No, it’s not your responsibility…  but if your wedding is in a city, and Out of Town guests don’t have rental cars, then providing transportation might be nice.  We decided to provide a trolley shuttle for at least some of our guests, so that people who want to drink have the option to not drink and drive.  It takes a load off my shoulders knowing that everyone will be safe!  A lot of our older guests are opting out of the shuttle transportation b/c they’re not big drinkers, and they might want to leave the reception early.

Post # 6
4464 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

We’re doing limos for the wedding party and our parents/grandparents.  We’re also doing a trolley to get everyone back to the hotel at the end of the night.

It’s costing a fortune, but my family are huge drinkers and I would just feel better knowing that no one was driving.

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