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Wedding ceremony to be held at the hotel or registrar's office ?
Having the wedding ceremony to take place in the registrar’s office isn’t a bad idea after all, if the wedding couple may think that they don’t have so many friends to invite, or maybe both sets of parents are deceased.

Or perhaps the wedding couple may opt for a casual wedding with jeans and a blazer, they may feel what’s important is the life together after that.

Wedding ceremony taking place in the hotel will always be a better idea than in the registrar’s office which may be too small to accommodate your guest, but it will add up to the wedding budget.

You may want to consult the superintendent registrar in advance to notify him if he can make it for the date and the wedding venue you have chosen. Available dates should be discussed with the superintendent registrar along with the wedding ceremony to take place as he must be available so that your wedding date will not be taken up by other wedding couples.

As oppose to the registrar's office, the hotel’s ballroom can house in all your guests and have them all witness your wedding ceremony. Further more, after the whole wedding is concluded, your guests will be able to stay in the hotel, this will give them extra convenience without having them to travel back to their premises.


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