WEDDINGS

WEDDINGS

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  1. 685 couples marry on Dec 12, 2020, 10 times more than same date last year | Video
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    685 couples marry on Dec 12, 2020, 10 times more than same date last year | Video

    A total of 685 couples got married on Saturday (Dec 12), as those who put off their celebrations during the "circuit breaker" returned on this ...
  2. Are We Spending Too Much On Weddings?
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    Ep 16: Are We Spending Too Much On Weddings?

    A Singapore study shows that almost a third of couples spend more than what they budgeted for on their nuptials. Are we spending too much on weddings?
  3. Void deck weddings set to resume, applications open Nov 9
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    Void deck weddings set to resume, applications open Nov 9

    Wedding planners and caterers are already being trained in anticipation of the resumption of weddings in HDB common areas. It was announced on ...
  4. Couples in Singapore change wedding plans over COVID-19 fears | Video
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    Couples in Singapore change wedding plans over COVID-19 fears | Video

    Some couples have chosen to change their wedding dates due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Hotels are also exercising flexibility in light the situation.
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    COVID-19: Weddings are allowed again in Malaysia, but industry players expect lull to continue

    Those interviewed by CNA hope that business will pick up again by the end of the year.
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    Commentary: Virtual weddings are such a great idea, they should stay beyond COVID-19

    This period gives us pause, amidst the inconveniences and disappointments of not having that fairly-tale wedding, to refocus on what matters in a ...
  7. A bride and her dress at home, as solemnisations prepare to go virtual.

    Commentary: Virtual solemnisation - weddings could return to basics, with opportunities and challenges

    "Here comes the bride … I’ll send a like." As Singapore works towards enabling remote solemnisation, sociologist Terence Heng discusses what is ...