Make your getaway in style with these outrageous wedding transportation options

By on Dec. 15th
Are you guys doing any special transport for your wedding day? I looked into limos, because I thought it would be fun, but they're so expensive… and I don't know if they're so much fun that they're worth that price, LOL.

So what kinds of things are you guys doing? Anything at all?


Good question, Jessy! I've rounded up some of my favorite get-away options for offbeat weddings. Aaron and I didn't do a dramatic and fun "just married" drive away send-off. We just hopped in our rental car at the end of the night, so this roundup was my time to live vicariously. So, these suggestions range from the simple and silly (skateboards?) to the outrageous and expensive (Batmobile!?). But all of them would make for great photos ops, if not some major WOW factor.

Bikes or a bicycle built for two


The just married sign on the back of Lori and Desi's bikes are wedding perfection.

Classic car

Great Escape 36

Pedicab (bike rickshaw)

Horse-drawn carriage

Carriage and Dog

Ditch the carriage and ride a horse


The couple and the copter!

Surprise helicopter getaway! Photo by Pink Light Images

Golf carts

Photo by Morgan Trinker

Public bus or rent a school bus

Ridin' on the bus

Electric, hybrid, or energy efficient car

Getaway Car


We're big fans of Seattle's Barbie Dream Hearse!

Tuk Tuk

Trolly or street car


Hollywood vehicle

Amanda & Jeff borrowed a replica 1960s batmobile for their getaway car. Photo by Celestial Photography

Amusement park ride turned vehicle


Paisley and Gene rode in an old amusement park ride turned Rocket Ship car.

Farm equipment


Photo by Rojita.



Our getaway car was a skateboard!

Maarten and Ella made their getaway on Maarten's skateboard!

Now, I know y'all have many more and even greater transportation options — so leave 'em in the comments!

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Megan Finley is the Associate Publisher for the Offbeat Empire. When she's not slaving away for the Empire, she's sharing her dork side on her own blog, Twitter @meganfinley, and Instagram @meggyfin.