You’ve planned the service, and the reception - but have you figured out how to get from the chapel to the reception? How about your parents, loved ones, and bridesmaids and groomsmen?
When you are around four to six months pre-ceremony, it’s time to start price shopping and evaluating what type of wedding transportation for guests and wedding party transportation that you will use.
Depending on your budget, you’ll want to decide who you should transport - will you want just you and your significant other, the entire wedding party, or even all of your guests? First, get a headcount of the immediate family and your VIPs. That usually includes:
Parents of the bride
Parents of the groom
What is the wedding etiquette? If the venues are close by, then asking guests to use their own transportation while you only pay for the VIPs is considered perfectly acceptable. However, if the two venues are more than 30 minutes away from each other, you should consider providing wedding transportation for all of your guests.
If you have a lot of guests coming in from out of the country or even out of town who will not have their own vehicles, you should consider providing optional transportation.
Whether you’re just providing wedding party transportation or VIP wedding transportation or even transportation for everyone, you should consider Tri State Transportation for all of your wedding transportation needs! With busses, vans, and more, Tri State Transportation in Rutland, Vermont offers high-class transportation and service with a smile for those also in Ludlow, Killington, Lake Bomoseen, and many more locations.
Tri State Transportation takes wedding party transportation and general wedding transportation to the next level. Tri State Transportation provides a safe and comfortable experience with affordable wedding shuttle service, so everyone can get to their destination safe and sound.