Best Types of Snacks for Party Bus Trip on a Wedding Day

October 8th, 2014

A wedding day is equally exciting and exhilarating, anxious and nerve-wracking. So many things are going on throughout the course of the day, and before you know it, the reception is over and the couple is on their honeymoon! Planning out the big day is tough, but always worth it. One piece of the wedding planning puzzle usually revolves around transportation to the ceremony for the wedding party – the trip itself tends to become one of the most fun, memorable, and wild parts of the whole day! Although there are many options for these modes of transportation, selecting a party bus as the nuptial vehicle is becoming more and more popular. The buses are spacious and comfortable and usually come equipped with any number of food and beverage requests. Below is a list of some of the best types of snacks for the wedding day party bus.

Champagne – it’s fun, it’s celebratory, and most importantly, it won’t stain the wedding dress! Champagne goes hand in hand with celebrations, and there is no bigger type of celebration than a wedding. It also isn’t too high in alcohol content, which means that you can get the party started without too much fear of having a sleeping groomsman at the altar. Bottles range in size, taste, and price, so no matter if you are drinking on a budget or pouring glasses lavishly, you will be able to find the perfect bottle of bubbly to make the trip with you.

Pretzels – these can come in handy in case anyone needs a little pre-wedding snack, but also if someone enjoys the drinks on hand a little too much before the ceremony. They’re cheap, they don’t make too much of a mess, and are an easy clean up. They can also help sober up any drunken cohorts or provide a little sustenance to the bride on her big day without being too filling.

Water/Sprite – these are always good to have on hand whether or not you are drinking alcohol. The water is good to stay hydrated, help sober up passengers, and help calm nerves, and Sprite is good because, again, it won’t stain the wedding dress if any spills occur. If possible, try to have the miniature sized water bottles on hand – they are easy to carry in coat pockets or purses for any last minute hydration.

Mints – no one wants bad breath on the wedding day, whether you are the bride, the groom, or merely one of the ushers! Mints come in many shapes, sizes, and even flavors, and they can even come customized to add a personal touch for the party. These are even easier to hide than the mini water bottles, and can be handed out to whoever needs them at the last minute.

Taking a party bus to the wedding is an excellent way to get the bridal party excited while ensuring safe transportation. Arriving in style always boosts confidence, and what looks better than pulling up in a lavish bus with leather seats and strobe lights? Pack your party bus with these safe, reliable snacks and you will be well on your way to the best day of your life.