A Niagara Falls Party Bus can be the difference between a fun night and an unforgettable experience, or it can be the mistake you regret until your next birthday. With so many options out there and such intricate planning required, it’s hard to keep track of every little detail. That’s why we’ve put together this list of the top five mistakes to avoid at your next party bus event in Niagara Falls, NY and surrounding areas. By avoiding these mistakes, you’ll have the best time possible on your trip!
Not Knowing How Much Alcohol You Need
In general, you should have one bottle of alcohol for every three guests. If you’re buying wine or champagne in bulk, you’ll need one bottle per guest. With beer, plan on two beers per person. Three tips for knowing how much alcohol to purchase: Look up standard drink equivalents for different types of alcohol (e.g., 6 ounces of wine = 1 standard drink; 12 ounces of beer = 1 standard drink). Use these measurements as a guide for how much alcohol you should buy when stocking your bar and purchasing liquor. Have an accurate count before you begin serving drinks.
Not Packing Snacks
On your next party bus outing, be sure to pack some of your favorite snacks for an extra boost of energy. This is not the time to try out those raw cashews. When you’re starving, it’s all too easy to go overboard with things like cheese balls or crackers, but if you have a snack on hand, you’ll be much less likely to fall off track with your eating goals.
Not Letting The Bus Driver Know Where You Are Going
Not letting the bus driver know where you are going can end up being one of the biggest mistakes you make. While it might seem like a small detail, especially if you are good friends with the driver, letting them know where you will be going makes sure that they take into account any unforeseeable traffic or construction that may delay your arrival. They’ll also be able to give you better recommendations for your night out in Niagara Falls. How do I avoid it? Just let the bus driver know where you are going, and don’t ask him about his day on the job. It’s best if he’s prepared for what’s happening so he can safely get you there as fast as possible!
Not Taking Care Of Yourself
While you want to make sure everyone else has a good time, it’s important that you stay on top of your own needs. This means taking care of yourself before, during and after an event. Sure, it’s easy to get caught up in festivities, but if you don’t take care of yourself first, then how can you expect to take care of everyone else? Take care of yourself—and your attendees—by drinking water instead of alcohol. Also, even though fun things happen when music is blasting (who doesn’t like dancing?), be sure to give your ears a break now and then by taking off those headphones for a few minutes each hour.
Getting Impatient About Picking People Up
If you’re going to rent a Niagara Falls Party Bus, you’ll want it full. Otherwise, your ride can be an expensive proposition. Just like people check their email or text at work without feeling any obligation or pressure, people should check in with you about their status for coming out on your party bus rental. But don’t get impatient. If they say they’re on their way, let them be and wait until they do arrive. Trying to coerce them into giving up on a prior commitment will only make them hate you! And when people don’t like you -when they hate you- they’re not likely to want to come out with you again!