1. Hot-air balloon. Ascent is usually limited to the hours when winds are calmest, like early morning or late afternoon. 1. Horseback. Best accomplished in a rural setting, and with lots of practice 1. Dogsled. Obviously, climate permitting 1. Cherry picker. That big bucket on a ladder that the telephone lineman uses 1. Cross-country skis. Again, you're dealing with the climate thing. 1. Flatbed truck. Why not take the entire wedding party along for the ride? 1. Tandem bicycle. A sentimental favorite 1. Lawn mower. The sit-down kind 1. Dirt bikes. Says "married, but still wild at heart" 1. In-line skates. Check the road for cracks and bumps beforehand. 1. Hang glider. Only for clifftop ceremonies 1. Helicopter. Loud, bad for hat wearers, but very Hollywood 1. Water skis. You need water (lake, river, bay). 1. Canoe. Ditto 1. Chairlift. Followed by a schuss 1. Camper. Get someone else to drive, and start the honeymoon immediately! 1. Taxi. Understated, but chic 1. Skateboards. You get extra points for holding hands. 1. Bus. Scout out a double-decker. 1. Golf cart. For die-hard duffers 1. Motorcycle with sidecar. Have him take the passenger seat. 1. Covered wagon. A salute to your pioneering spirit 1. U-Haul.(or Ryder, depending on your wedding colors) 1. Streetcar. A charming urban option 1. Raft. For the Tom Sawyer/Becky Thatcher in you 1. Pony cart. They're not just for children's birthday parties. 1. Fire engine. Make sure that you both get to turn on the siren. 1. Snowshoes. Weather permitting 1. Rickshaws. Be considerate to the puller—hire his-and-her vehicles. 1. Hay wagon. Especially appropriate for an autumn wedding 1. Vintage car. For a bit of wit, look for an original Volkswagen Beetle. 1. Submarine. Just remember, there's nowhere to go but down. 1. Catamaran. If you've got a big body of water, the most graceful way to go. 1. Seaplane. Splashy landings 1. Handcar. A small hand-pumped railroad car that takes real teamwork 1. Gondola. The romantic's choice 1. Sno-Cat. A rugged winter possibility 1. Blimp. One caveat: where to land? 1. Parasail. For safety's sake, try to locate a double seater 1. Sedan chair. Depart like a pasha 1. Ferryboat. Sweet and economical 1. Surfboards. This is how Gidget might have done it. 1. Paddy wagon. For newlyweds with a wry sense of humor 1. Scooters. The anyone-can-do-it conveyance 1. Caboose. Throw your bouquet from the deck as you leave 1. Paddleboat. Only for modest distances 1. Subway. For urbanites, the only choice 1. Ice-cream truck. A nod to memories of summers past 1. Sleigh. A couple of fur blankets will ensure a Russian fairy-tale effect. 1. Tank. Good luck!