There are plenty of ways to arrive in style at prom. From driving yourself, to renting a party bus, or arriving in a firetruck (my personal fav and how I arrived at my Junior Prom), there are many options to choose from. I’ve put together a list of my favorite ways to ride to prom in style!
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As I mentioned, there are a million different ways to spice up your ride to prom. If you are wanting to drive yourself, you could ask a relative to borrow their vehicle for the night. I did this for my first prom and it was so much fun and a great way to make prom even more special without spending too much money. Just make sure to fill up the gas tank after!
If you're looking to go for something a little more boujee, you can always look into rentals. There are companies all over that provide rentals for limos or party buses--A personal favorite for XO is Aadvanced Limousines (Check them out at 317limousines.com). They are extremely professional and we even had them come to our Annual Girl's Inc. Fashion Show for the 2019 season! These options can get a bit pricey, especially around prom time, but if you get a big group of friends together, you can split the cost to make it more affordable for everyone. Then, you can party it up with fun music and your best friends on your way to the prom venue! Bonus of this idea is that you don’t have to worry about parking or even driving because someone else will do all of that for you!
If you want to take a step further and wilder, in Indianapolis, there is a limo company that provides the Chicken Limo-A big yellow limousine, with a giant chicken head on top! How fun and memorable is that?! (Check them out at chickenlimo.com)
When it comes to prom in downtown Indianapolis, you can normally find a horse drawn carriage anywhere near Monument Circle. This is a perfect way to add romance and make you feel like a princess on your prom day. One thing you should keep in mind is Indiana’s crazy weather. On days that the weather is not great, less horses are available and many of the carriages are not covered.
Did you ride to prom in a unique style that was not mentioned here? Comment below, I’d love to hear what you did!
~Look like a princess, ride like a pro~