There’s so much planning involved with a wedding, it’s hard to know where to start. But once you’ve booked a venue and decided on a colour scheme, it’s time to focus on the finer details. One of the issues can be transport, but Kings Ferry has got you covered in this regard.
Weddings away from home
People move around so much these days and get to know special places far from where they grew up. This means it’s fairly common to tie the knot away from where the majority of your guests live.
If this sounds like you, then you could think about hiring a coach to get everyone to your wedding venue. Not only will it cut down on your guests’ stress of trying to find the location, but it will be better for the environment with fewer cars on the road.
The distance from the ceremony to the reception
Finding the perfect venues for both the ceremony and the reception can be tough, but trying to get two places close to each other is nigh on impossible. Solve this issue by transporting all of your guests from one location to the other in style.
Kings Ferry can provide a stunning 1950s bus that is not only practical, but also looks the part. It’s big enough to accommodate everyone from the groom’s grandparents right down to the flower girl and travelling together will help to maintain the party atmosphere.
The end of a long day
If your dream location is in the middle of nowhere it can be hard to square it when thinking about guest accommodation. Many venues can only put the bride, groom and close family up for the night, leaving the rest of the wedding party to rely on taxis.
Take the stress out of the situation by laying on a coach to the nearest town. This will mean everyone has plenty of overnight options to choose from and nobody has to curb their partying because they’re the designated driver.
Benefits of wedding bus and coach hire
· Everyone can travel together
· No arguments over the best route to take
· Nobody turns up late because they got lost
· No designated drivers means everyone can let their hair down
· It’s better for the environment
· Cuts pressure on parking spaces
· Air conditioning if it’s a hot day
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