Well, your folks can still have the wedding dinner if you choose a stylish restaurant and cafe, but without the price tag if you play your cards right. More Singaporeans are starting to pick hipster eateries like Kombi Rocks or Carpenter and Cook for their weddings. Cafe Melbas events package costs only $16 to $28 per person. Even if youre being forced to hold your wedding dinner at a typical Chinese restaurant, you can still save by picking one thats not situated in a hotel and priced below what hotels are charging. For instance, Peach Garden at Thomson Plaza is charging $589 per table while Qian Xi charges $588 to $638 per table depending on the location. Tung Lok Seafood charges $629 at their Orchard Central and Upper Jurong branches. Theres also the option of picking places like the SAF Yacht Club, where the cost is only $20 per person, or The Chevrons, which works out to $708 per table. These places will give you ample space to drive up to the venue and take photos. Another option is to get married at Gardens by the Bay.
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According to wedding website The Knot , the average wedding cost is around $31,000. So even though the Edwardses went over what they planned, they still saved big bucks. The brides advice for having a beautiful wedding for less? Dont be afraid to shop around for better prices, she says. Thumbtack.com (a professional services search engine) was a huge money saver for me. Megan says the things that didnt go as planned on her wedding day ended up being her favorite moments. Look forward to the things that will inevitably go the wrong way. Those are the true memories you will never forget! That is what makes life so fun. The wedding The event happened on a Friday (Oct. 21, 2016), which is always cheaper than a Saturday wedding. Invitations: This is a place where the Edwardses-to-be also saved money. They purchased a design from Etsy and printed the invites at FedEx.
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