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A Sequential Process

Jul 26, 2017

From the proposal to the exchange of vows and the wedding banquet thereafter, the planning process for this milestone in life is very much a sequential process.

For most, the process starts with the intention to propose and the groom-to-be on a quest to find the perfect ring for the proposal. In fact, this is a good time to establish a relationship with your jeweller of choice as you will still be requiring their services in time to come.

Hearts in Bloom engagement ring
Photo courtesy of Suen Jewellers

The must-haves :

  • Engagement ring for the proposal.
  • Wedding bands for the exchange of vows.
     

Wedding bands
Photo by Steven Leong Photography, courtesy of Suen Jewellers

The can-haves :

  • Jewellery for the wedding banquet.
  • The parents of the bride and/or groom may wish to purchase gifts for the bride, for example, during the tea ceremony in Chinese weddings.
     

For the exchange of vows
Photo by Steven Leong Photography, courtesy of Suen Jewellers

A few tips :

  • Establish a good rapport with your jeweller and nurture a good relationship.
  • Be open about budget and what you intend to spend.
  • Enquire about the possibility of customisation.

 

Tip : Visit Suen Jewellers' showroom to have a look at their artistic creations. More details here.