Every bride wants a special location for her wedding. If the couple is not restricted by their parents’ need to have it in a traditional chinese hotel restaurant, here are some locations that I found to be really practical and interesting! :)
#1: CHIJMES HALL
CHIJMES was used as a Catholic convent for 131 years, with Caldwell House constructed in 1840–1841 and the chapel in 1904. The Gothic chapel, now a multi-purpose hall, is known as CHIJMES Hall and it’s a perfect venue for weddings.
Beautiful, grand, romantic… these are words people use to describe a wedding in Chijmes. And it doesn’t have to be a religious wedding too. :) Check out Watabe Weddings for information on using this location as a wedding venue. They have lunch (11am to 3pm) or dinner (7pm to 11pm) for your choice.
The only thing is, to make it look super beautiful, I need decorations, I need someone who can design this wedding!
So pretty right! I guess this is the difference between the complimentary basic design from restaurants and one that has a theme throughout. I have contacted (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) Rosette Designs & Co, so let’s see how my wedding will turn out with them working on it! Super excited!
Min.: 200 people (for dinner)
Max.: 300 people
Menu: Choice of western or chinese
Table Setting: Long or Round tables.
Rough Est for Dinner, Western 4 Course: $1,188++ (as of today)
#2: Skyve Elementary Bistro and Bar
Photo taken from Skyve’s Facebook Page.
This is a little tucked away along Bukit Timah road but the food I heard is really good. The environment’s cozy as well. But be sure to check on BYOB charges and availability of free flow soft drinks!
Maximum Capacity: 100 people
Menu: Only Western
Table Setting: Long tables
Rough Est for Dinner, $998++ (as of today)
Click here for a virtual tour!
#3: Park Hotel @ Clarke Quay
Lovely place. Get married by the pool at the rooftop of Park Hotel. Sounds like a dream come true. I would have gone for it, except their maximum capacity was only 50 people. :( I didn’t explore any further with them. It looks all very pretty though.
Address: 1 Unity St, Singapore 237983
#4: Villa Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens
Located inside Singapore Botanic Gardens, Villa Halia is surrounded by lush greenery, making this a quiet and peaceful place that’s perfect for weddings.
Photo taken from Villa Halia’s Facebook Page.
Check out Villa Halia at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. They have quite a nice, cozy environment! This is another awesome venue that I am considering. :)
Address: Villa Halia, 1 Cluny Road, Ginger Garden (enter via Tyersall Avenue), Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569
#5: Forlino’s at One Fullerton
Forlino serves very good italian food and they are open for weddings too! Check out their website here.
Photo taken from Forlino’s Facebook Page.
Check out the view – soooo pretty! :) I’m considering this too.
Address: 1 Fullerton Rd, Singapore 049213
Maximum Capacity Main Dining Room: 90 pax (seated) and 150 pax (standing), Serena: 22 pax, Gaia: 12 pax
Well I hope you gained something from this. If you have any other suggestions, do feel free to add on below in the comments! :) The final place we chose for our wedding is none of these 5 though! :) Stay tuned for the one we chose in the end! :)
Just found this list of venues you can explore as well:
The Legends- Fort Canning Park
Singapore Marriott Hotel
Four Seasons Hotel
Copthorne Waterfront Hotel
PARKROYAL Singapore Hotel
Changi Village Hotel
ON THE WATERS