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Feb 01, 2020

Soon-to-be-wed couples who wish to host a more personalised and intimate Chinese wedding banquet in a restaurant-style setting typically tend to go in search of one that fulfills certain criteria. 

Oriental Treasure focuses on fine Cantonese cuisine and is suited to intimate wedding dinners
Photo courtesy of Oriental Group Of Restaurants

Registration table at Oriental Treasure
Photo by GNG Studiobooth, courtesy of Oriental Group Of Restaurants

Some of these criteria may include the following :

  • One that is part of a group of restaurants that is renowned for hosting wedding celebrations.
  • A specialist in a well-known type of cuisine, fine Cantonese cuisine for example.
  • A smaller capacity that will enable the couple to book up the entire restaurant based on the size of their guest list, thus ensuring exclusivity and privacy for their wedding dinner.
  • Relatively affordable entry-level price points, but naturally with the option of more expensive, customised menus. 
  • Wedding packages that have a variety of inclusions.

Opportunity for display
Photo by GNG Studiobooth, courtesy of Oriental Group Of Restaurants

Welcome signage
Photo by GNG Studiobooth, courtesy of Oriental Group Of Restaurants

Floral pedestals
Photo by GNG Studiobooth, courtesy of Oriental Group Of Restaurants

Some advice :

  • If your wedding happens to fall on an auspicious Chinese date, be sure to source for the venue and make a booking as early as possible.
  • Have your wedding planner and decorator visit the restaurant so that they can have a first-hand look at its layout and discuss locations for the stage, aisle for the march-in, registration tables and the like. 

Stage and backdrop
Photo by GNG Studiobooth, courtesy of Oriental Group Of Restaurants

Table settings
Photo by GNG Studiobooth, courtesy of Oriental Group Of Restaurants
 

Tip : The Oriental Group Of Restaurants offers numerous wedding venues for your consideration, from smaller, intimate restaurants to expansive ballrooms. More details here