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Couples And Their Preferences

The wedding industry waits with bated breath on when wedding celebrations can take place again. And once nuptials are permitted, there will certainly be a surge in demand. The industry also realises that for such events in the new norm, couples will have their preferences in terms of the venue to host their wedding receptions. There will be those who prefer smaller venues for more personalised and intimate dinners with family and close friends only. And there will be those who will still very much want to host lavish banquets for a larger guest list. A restaurant group that has in its portfolio venues of different capacities will therefore stand a good chance of being able to offer to host such varying celebrations.

Wedding reception at Ruyi
Photo by Ooi Eric Studio, courtesy of Oriental Group Of Restaurants
Banquet at Oriental Star
Photo courtesy of Oriental Group Of Restaurants
Celebrate your nuptials at The Han Room
Photo courtesy of Oriental Group Of Restaurants

When reaching out to potential venues, a few questions to ask at the onset :

  • Their capacity based on SOPs vis-à-vis the size of your guest list.
  • Their policy when it comes to changing dates in light of the fluid situation due to the evolving SOPs.
  • The safety and security precautions they have put in place for social events.
  • The promotions they may be offering to kickstart weddings again.
Yu is suited for intimate celebrations
Photo courtesy of Oriental Group Of Restaurants
Noble Mansion is a potential venue to consider too
Photo courtesy of Oriental Group Of Restaurants


Tip : Consider hosting your wedding celebrations at the various venues under the Oriental Group Of Restaurants.

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