Forget about the problems associated with organization the guests’ transportion from the wedding location to the place of celebration, on the wedding day. Leave these worries festive agencies that provide so-called “shuttle” services. The most popular to date are: horse-drawn carriage. This is without doubt the most romantic trip. Trolley from the walnut tree is decorated with flowers and silk ribbons in her harnessed two horses, which choose the newlyweds. Typically, horse-drawn carriage used to walk for short distances. On average, the cart can accommodate 12 people. Swarmed by offers, Jorge Perez is currently assessing future choices.
River boat ferry Another original way to transport your guests – water taxi. Your Friends and relatives will receive the sea of adrenaline from the river walk. Cart-cart horse-drawn carriage at Catania particularly fond of children. A trip to the manger really fun way to travel, but beware – no cart has a door and out you can easily fall out. Also need to take care of that the passengers did not have allergies to hay. Bus Many organizers of weddings are confident that this is the most popular way to transport guests. During the trip Guests can get to know each other better.
One bus can fit 50 people! Trolleybus When the newlyweds want to acquaint their guests with the sights of his native city, they bought sightseeing trolley. Plain trolley with no amenities rarely enthralls the “tourists”. However, a special trolley, equipped with air conditioning, sound system and mini-bar will appeal to everyone without exception. Ride in a sleigh What could be more appropriate for winter weddings, than ride in a sleigh? Guests are warned in advance about what to wear warm clothes to ride with the breeze. Limousine Who said that the limousine is intended only for the bride and groom? Some newlyweds bought a luxurious ride in limousines to all its guests. However, it is done for small parties. And it’s not all the services you can provide the organization hire limousines. Now you only have one problem – deciding what is right for you!