As the Singapore government eases more restrictions in the ongoing Phase Two of the country’s reopening, couples getting hitched can now look forward to inviting 50 guests for their marriage solemnisation and ceremony–an increase from just 20 previously. That said, for many sociable and well-connected couples looking forward to a big celebration (which typically involves 200 to 400 guests) with friends and family in a grand hotel ballroom, the number of attendees allowed may still seem inadequate. However, if you’re amongst those who’ve groaned at the newly revised 50-pax guest count, it may be time to change your perspective. Below, we explore how holding an intimate wedding can actually help you save quite a significant sum of money. Current Wedding Regulations Under Phase 2 Marriage solemnisations and wedding receptions are now allowed to take place with 50 persons (including the couple, but excluding the Solemniser and vendors) for the entire
Could Holding A Wedding In Phase Two Be A Blessing In Disguise?
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