We are in the midst of Engagement Season as 39% of marriage proposals take place via Thanksgiving and Valentines day. Our office has seen this in full force with two engagements within the last month!
If you need advice on how to propose, we probably aren’t the best place to look for that information. However, if you need help with some of the planning of your actual wedding, you have come to the right place.
Planning a wedding can be stressful! The BusBank looks to take some of that stress of your hands by making transportation one less thing to worry about and does this for hundreds of weddings each year. We help brides, grooms, & families with working out all the logistics of getting people to and from the wedding day events. Our team is asked these questions on a daily basis, so we thought to share the questions and answers to help you in the planning process.
1. Can a bus do multiple trips or shuttle groups?
Yes, it is actually recommend using one vehicle for multiple runs on wedding charters as a way to minimize cost and allow for more flexibility for the group. Please remember to plan for ample round trip travel times to make sure no group is at risk of late arrival!
2. Are we able to decorate on the bus?
Yes, this can be a fun way to put your individual touch on the event, but beware there are some limitations. None of these decorations can obstruct the driver’s view of the road. In these cases, allow for the driver to have the final say in approval as the group’s safety should be top priority.
3. Do buses have Wi-Fi?
Wi-Fi on buses is something that is slow moving to more and more carriers throughout North America. If it is a top priority, let the company you are working with know at the time of reservation, so that can tell you if they have that type of equipment in their fleet.
4. Would a motorcoach be too big for a residential driveway or subdivision?
Standard Motorcoaches are over 45 feet long! This would likely be too large for most residential driveways and many subdivisions. Make sure to let the company you are working for know, locations that bus is scheduled to make stops and pickups at. This is important so that they can be sure the bus will fit.
Download a Copy of the Wedding Transportation FAQ Save Date Here
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