A party bus is a great way to get your event ready quickly and efficiently. From weddings, proms, homecoming, graduation, and more, renting a bus for an evening of dancing and fun can be a wonderful way to celebrate in style. Whether you’re celebrating with a large group of friends or just two or four, you’ll want to consider renting a party bus.
There are a few things to think about before committing to a party bus rental. The first is where you’re going to use it. Will it just be used for children’s parties? Or will the bus be used for any adult parties?
If you’re throwing a big birthday party, a rented party bus might be just what you need. Have the kids come to the event and then drive back home? Or is the event fast approaching? Then maybe you’ll need something that’s able to get your guests from the venue to your location as quickly and efficiently as possible. Think of the party bus like an icebreaker… everyone’s standing around drinking wine and eating snacks…what do you have to do to make it even better?
Another factor to consider when renting a bus for an occasion is who will be driving the bus. Do you plan on having just one driver, or several? How many passengers will you be taking with you? If you’re throwing a big graduation party, will your classmates come to your event, or will you be inviting people from out of town for the reunion?
If you’re throwing a wedding, think about the age groups you’ll be serving. Do you have limited space, or limited areas to work with? Do you know everyone who’ll be coming to the party bus? Do you know the ages of those who’ll be joining you? It might behoove you to call the day before your event and double check with your driver as well – because you don’t want to find yourself with a bunch of young (and hungry) teenagers on board the party bus!
Finally, you’ll also need to decide what kind of vehicles you’ll need. Will you be driving yourself, or will you be hiring someone to drive for you? Will you need refrigerated units, or portable serving carts? Will you need individual cars for each guest, or multiple cars with a seating capacity of eight to ten? Will there be other drivers at the event who will need to be contacted, or will you rely on just one person driving? These are all important considerations, and they should all be addressed in great detail, followed by a detailed list of all the supplies you’ll need, as well as a timeline for delivery.