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Unique wedding venues in Singapore

  Flower dome at Gardens By The Bay This breathtaking indoor venue is perfect for an enchanting wedding ceremony, and can accommodate 700 to 1,100 guests. Nestled within the Flower Dome, the Flower Field Hall is graced with a picturesque backdrop of an endless spring, with sweeping views of the flower field as well as a stunning panoramic view of the Marina Bay skyline.   This article is originally published on The Peak Singapore.

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Budget-Conscious Brides Trim Bill With Destination Weddings

Budget-Conscious Brides Trim Bill With Destination Weddings (382) (NewsUSA) – Tying the knot isn’t what it used to be. The wedding industry is as profitable as primetime football, celebrities compete for the shortest, most gimmicky marriages (72 days or less?) and the exotic appeal of a romantic getaway has led to the widespread popularity of destination weddings. One in every 10 weddings features an exotic locale, or at least a location neither the bride nor…

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– Honeymoon/Destination Weddings

Honeymoons are holidays taken by a newly married couple soon after their Honeymoons. They are a traditional, or at least common (if private) part of wedding celebrations in some cultures. Finding your ideal honeymoon destination can prove difficult as a lot of factors come into account such as budget as well as what type of honeymoon you both wish to go on whether it may be a beach or safari honeymoon. More often than not…

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5 Reasons to Get Married on a Cruise – Cruise Radio

We have five awesome reasons you should consider getting married on a cruise – from the food to accommodations and more, it can be cheaper. 5 Reasons to Get Married on a Cruise December 14, 2015 by Heather Fasching Nowadays, the average cost of a wedding has risen to more than $30,000. However, a cruise wedding costs an average of just $7,000. You could take a lot of cruises with those savings. But cruise weddings…

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Where Same-Sex Couples Can Get Married Legally in the Caribbean

There are five islands in the region where same-sex marriage is legal and other islands where symbolic same-sex marriages are a common practice. Find out where by reading more. Tourists don’t usually associate the Caribbean with same-sex marriage, but you might be surprised to learn that there are five islands in the region where same-sex marriage is legal and a handful of other islands where symbolic same-sex marriages are a common practice. Puerto Rico and…

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