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Ready And Set

Like so many professionals in the wedding industry, hotels too are getting ready to kickstart wedding planning again once we get the go ahead from the government. Putting in place wedding packages, taking note of auspicious dates for the coming year, setting strategies to accommodate postponed nuptials and enquiries from the newly-engaged, all these are steps being taken as we get ourselves ready and set for celebrations to resume in hopefully the not too distant future.

Exchange of vows in an elegant indoor setting
Photo courtesy of Le Méridien Putrajaya
Wedding ceremony at Atelier Hall
Photo courtesy of Le Méridien Putrajaya

Whilst you start contemplating your wedding plans again, consider the following :

  • Check on the availability of your preferred dates to host your celebration vis-à-vis availability of the venue.
  • Keep a lookout for special deals and promotions offered by the hotel, such as at the Virtual Wedding Festival
  • Begin working on your guest list. Are you intending to have a large or more intimate invite list?
Western wedding reception at Millennium Grand Ballroom
Photo courtesy of Le Méridien Putrajaya
Intimate wedding dinner at Le Mei
Photo courtesy of Le Méridien Putrajaya

One thing is for sure though, the hotel’s events team will certainly be very enthusiastic of working alongside you to create the wedding of your dreams.

Chinese wedding banquet at Millennium Grand Ballroom
Photo courtesy of Le Méridien Putrajaya


Tip : Once inter-district travel is permitted, head to Le Méridien Putrajaya to meet with their events team. In the meantime, connect with them at the Virtual Wedding Festival from 7 to 10 October 2021. More details here.

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