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Tips to planning a destination wedding
- Keep it Simple
Some of you seeking a unique experience might be considering a destination wedding, why not? I personally find it exciting, a celebration and holiday in one! Cost-wise, considering the relatively high cost of weddings in Singapore, it may work itself out.
I would recommend it if you are planning to have an intimate ceremony (10-20 guests) for it would be really special. More guests might work too, but do note that you will need to check that the resort has sufficient accommodation. Planning a destination wedding can be straightforward if you do not need the frills as most resorts have all-inclusive wedding packages. You can easily find a local photographer and videographer to document the celebration, or you can fly your own crew in.
When picking your destination, be sure to consider the date and season. If you are going for an outdoor ceremony, which most would want, make sure your wedding date is not during the rainy wet season.
Do consider the distance of travel to get to the place. In consideration of your guests, try to pick a destination that is not hours away, and a resort or location that is easily accessible. Last thing you want is for your guests to show up looking tired and weary from the journey. Also, do make sure you are available to help your guests with the travel arrangements and bookings, as not everyone is savvy enough to do it on their own.
My biggest advice for a destination wedding is to keep it simple. Keep the logistics streamlined, and you might want to do the usual traditions back in Singapore before you go.
For those of you who are wondering, not to worry, you do not need to re-register your marriage in Singapore. Whichever destination you are getting married in, be sure to familiarize yourself with the local marriage laws there.
Tip: An easier way would be to get registered and solemnised in Singapore, and just do your celebration overseas!