Planning a party for 100 guests and more can be challenging. Budgetting is key to a successful celebration. Here is our cost guide for weddings in Singapore.
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Tips to Choosing Your Wedding Venue
Thinking about location can help you narrow down your wedding venue choices. What type of backdrop or ambience would you like at your wedding? Do you want an indoor or outdoor wedding?
For our wedding, we wanted to get married by the beach, with a sunset solemnisation followed by a indoor reception, so that narrowed our choices down to a few beach wedding venues in Sentosa. Use our 'view by categories' function above to find a suitable wedding venue, or find a venue to suit your theme here.
Tip: Always recee your potential venue. If you are looking at an outdoor venue, do ensure that the venue has a flexible backup solution in the event of rainy weather.
Have an idea of how many guests you are planning to invite. Are you looking for something intimate or grand? Most restaurants can accommodate 100 - 150 guests, and ballrooms can accommodate anywhere from 100 to 500 guests. Do note that restaurants usually have a minimum spend, and ballrooms have a minimum capacity count.
Tip: When planning for your capacity, do buffer for some additional guests that might come last-minute.
Your wedding reception will be the bulk of your wedding cost. Plan out your budget according to how many guests you have and how much each head will cost. Chinese weddings on average cost about $100 - $150 per guest, depending on the venue and the number of courses. You can opt for a lunch buffet to lower your cost.
There is a misconception that alternative venues (restaurants or parks) are cheaper. It may or may not be the case - depending on the inclusions. Alternative venues usually function on a per-head ala-carte basis, whereas ballrooms go by table and have more inclusions in their packages. So, do a comparison between your shortlisted packages.
Tip: Read our cost of wedding guide for a full cost breakdown of your wedding essentials.