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Flexibility In Adapting

Jul 01, 2020

With the new norm that soon-to-be-wed couples, wedding venues and vendors have to adapt to, flexibility will very much be appreciated during the wedding planning process. Be it the size of the invite list vis-à-vis the capacity of the venue, the protocols that need to be implemented, the social distancing procedures that have to be adhered to or the style of serving food and drink, hotels that are pro-active and that are effective in communicating such policies will certainly make the planning process an easier one to navigate.

Atelier Hall for wedding ceremonies
Photo courtesy of Le Méridien Putrajaya

An ivory theme
Photo by Jef de Studio, courtesy of Le Méridien Putrajaya

Group photo after tea ceremony
Photo by Jef de Studio, courtesy of Le Méridien Putrajaya

A hotel with the following features will perhaps be at an advantage :

  • A variety of event spaces to choose from, be it open air or indoors, be it small and intimate or vast and expansive.
  • Wedding packages that can be customised to suit the varying requirements that will come into play in the near future, for example in terms of minimum numbers, cost per pax, type of food service and the like.
  • A well-oiled events team who have the experience and knowledge to adapt to the fluid and changing situations we need to operate in.

Wedding dinner at Le Mei
Photo courtesy of Le Méridien Putrajaya

Wedding banquet
Photo courtesy of Le Méridien Putrajaya


Tip : Give the wedding specialist at Le Méridien Putrajaya a call and fix an opportune time to make a visit and view their wedding venues. More details here.