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    3 months,  Checklist,  Covid-19

    3 Ways To Ensure Your Wedding Ceremony and Reception Come Under 5 Hours, Complying With the Malaysian Weddings SOP

    According to the latest Malaysian weddings SOP, wedding events cannot last for longer than five hours. Couples who have opted against a long day prior to the pandemic will tell you that it worked well for them, so decide with your partner what’s most important to the both of you – there is no right or wrong way to do this! To help you with your planning, here are a few ideas: #01 An evening ceremony and dinner reception Have your wedding ceremony at about 6pm (you might have to go with a simpler/condensed version of your religious ceremony) and move on to your dinner reception straight after. Aim for…

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    Church Ceremony Itinerary Sample

    Photo by History Studio This is for those of you who intend to have a church wedding ceremony with your family and friends. Personally, we think the exchanging of wedding vows is one of the most meaningful parts of a wedding day. Never rush through it – take as long as you need to walk down that aisle and savour every moment. The sample below is a standard church wedding ceremony itinerary followed by a lunch reception. Just disregard all the religious bits if you want to only exchange vows. > * All Rights Reserved. Files are for personal use ONLY. Feel free to share the link to this blog…

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    Tips For Drafting Your Dinner Reception Itinerary

    Here are some pointers for those of you who do not have a wedding planner. Dinner reception itineraries can vary in many ways depending on what you need. You will definitely need at least one coordinator, so hire one for the day or rope in a friend at the last stage of your planning so he or she knows what you have finalised with your vendors. In Malaysia and Singapore, dinner receptions tend to start around eight. Avoid starting any later unless a very important guest hasn’t arrived yet. Having the wedding ceremony right before the reception is a great way to make sure your guests are on time. If…