Somehow, at the ripe old age of 52, I got tasked with planning a bachelorette party for my dearest high school friend, Suzanne, who had finally found her true love after many years of dating. At the very top of my party preparation list was finding the best party bus company in Toronto.
While we may not exactly be a bunch of crazy partiers, I had invited friends and family from near and far, many of whom were not able to drive in until the day of the party. After already spending the day on the road, the very last thing they wanted or needed to do was drive all over Toronto as we visited a couple of restaurants and hit a few clubs for some fun. The very last thing I needed to do was bail anyone out of jail if they had a little too much to drink, most especially the bride-to-be.
One of the best perks of renting the party bus was that it gave us a fun and totally private spot for a more adult bridal shower with some funny gag gifts. It was great being able to leave the gifts and our jackets on board the bus as well. With door-to-door service, we could all wear our heels and not break our ankles hiking from remote parking lots.
I wanted Suzanne to feel catered to and make the event special from start to finish and renting a party bus gave us all a chance to have a few drinks while traveling throughout the city without worrying about parking a caravan of cars or pay for valet parking. A party bus that could pick us all up at one central location, allow us to enjoy some cocktails and give Suzanne some gifts, was the perfect beginning and end to a great night and happy event.