Bermuda Limousine International212-647-8400, ext. 117; bermudalimo.com
This company’s ample 180-vehicle fleet includes well-appointed luxury Lincoln Town Car MKT stretches ($110 per hour), Mercedes sedans ($100), and 28-person mini-coaches ($140).
Campus Coach212-682-1051; campuscoachlines.com
This coach line rents charter buses that can ferry out-of-town guests all around Manhattan, cruising by landmarks along the way. Its smaller buses accommodate up to fifteen passengers (from $450 for a four-hour block); larger buses can hold as many as 54 (from $650).
FilmCars has an extensive inventory of restored antique and vintage automobiles dating from as early as 1910. For a classic New York look, there are iconic Checker taxicabs; for vintage-themed nuptials, try a 1923 Model T.
Gray Line New York212-812-2702; newyorksightseeing.com
Gray Line’s 82-person double-decker bus will spirit guests throughout Manhattan and zoned areas in Brooklyn (from $510 per hour, with a two-hour minimum). A complimentary tour guide comes with each. Smaller groups may prefer the 56-seat coach (Manhattan-only, $580 for four hours and $95 for each additional hour).
Regal Carriage, Inc.516-732-1567; regalcarriageinc.com
For some brides, Regal’s Cinderella glass-pumpkin carriage (from $1,200 for three hours, excluding tips and tolls), which is drawn by two white horses, is a dream come true. For the rest of us, there’s a lower-key Victorian carriage (from $750 with only one horse).
From the Winter 2014 New York Wedding Guide