Denver International Airport (from

We realize that many of you will be traveling to Colorado for our wedding and are grateful to you for making the trip in order to celebrate with us. If you are flying, it will be most convenient to fly into the Denver airport (DEN).

There are a number of ways for you to reach your hotel from the Denver airport. Obviously, if you are able to rent a car, then that will be the most convenient means of transportation. As graduate students, however, we recognize that budgetary matters are always a consideration. Here are a few alternative suggestions that we propose:

1. Carpooling with fellow guests – As we note on our Wedding & Reception page, our wedding will be held in a residential neighborhood; thus, parking might be tight. We can alleviate some of this traffic by arranging a few carpools. If you already know other guests, please consider getting in touch and reaching out to one another. If you are traveling alone and would like to carpool with someone, we would be more than happy to facilitate that.

2. Super Shuttle – We use Super Shuttle frequently, and, while it is very much a no-frills deal, it is also that – a good deal. You can check out their rates at

3. Cab – This will undoubtedly be pricier than taking a Super Shuttle, but you will not have to wait for other passengers to be dropped off at their respective destinations.

4. ExecuCar – We have not used this service before, but it seems like a nice alternative to a cab and will certainly be less hassle–although more expensive–than a Super Shuttle. However, perhaps if a number of guests book one of these cars together, the cost will be more manageable. Here is the link to the website:

If you have any questions about transportation, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us ( or


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