Alright fanatics I am in need of some help. My buddy is getting hitched next summer and has started planning some of the important things for the wedding...the party bus. Anyone have some good suggestions or is there anyone out there who you can rent an old converted CyRide from? Thanks in advance for the help!
My wife went with American Party Bus in Johnston for her sister's bachelorette party; says the staff and drivers were excellent! Word of the (now) wise on party buses; make sure you have enough people. The wife got a party bus for 25.....only 10 showed up and six rode the bus (the other four just followed it, but still paid). Guess who wound up footing the bill for those that didn't show up?
My buddy got married up in Charles City. There is a bus rental place up there that lets you spray paint the bus before the wedding. After ever wedding they just paint it white again. Our bus had flames. It actually looked less trashy than you think.
It's for the wedding. In our neck of the woods it's very common and we usually bar hop on the way to the reception hall. Limos usually don't work as well because they don't fit near as many people or coolers.
Thank you to those who have actually contributed to the thread.
I would make sure to get one with a driver. Been in situations where a parent/family or wedding party member was driving and it seemed like they were kind of expected to take care of all the people who couldn't take care of themselves or the crap the girls were carrying around.
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