16 Venues for Themed Weddings in Singapore

16 Venues for Themed Weddings in Singapore

On the search for a location to hold the once-in-a-lifetime wedding reception? Take your pick from these wedding venues!

For those planning their dream weddings, it’s never too early to start scouting for wedding venues. If you’re planning to tie the knot in Singapore, there are countless ways to make your theme work on this beautiful tropical island. Here is a list of wedding venues for the strategic bride in you:

Rustic and Vintage

The rustic and vintage charm has not worn off for blushing brides. This theme takes DIY to a whole new level—but everything starts with the perfect venue. There are a number of vintage-inspired ceremony and reception venues in Singapore with its wonderful old houses and gardens. Dempsey Hill is the go-to location for vintage vibes and you will never go wrong with the beautiful European chapel at White Rabbit (39C Harding Road, Dempsey). Inspired by “Alice in Wonderland”, the restaurant is everything romantic. Senso Ristorante and Bar (21 Club Street, Singapore) is another wedding venue exuding vintage charm. This heritage shophouse is perfect for creating that endearing space to exchange forever vows.

Contemporary and Warehouse

Couples can do so much with minimalist and warehouse settings. A rising trend for young twosomes, the contemporary theme can easily be mashed with the chill and hippie vibe. Little Island Brewing Co. (6 Changi Village Rd, #01-01/02) provides a modern space for intimate weddings, both inside and outside its facilities. The popular Wheeler’s Yard (28 Lorong Ampas Singapore 328781) is a warehouse turned café cum bicycle atelier which offers a creative wedding space for couples.

Historic and Literary

History buff couples who love places with a rich tradition will want to say their “I Do’s” at the unconventional The Arts House, Singapore’s first parliament house. The heritage building radiates that romantic Jane Austen feels. The classic MASONS (8 Lock Road, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 108936) is a restored colonial bungalow built in the 1930s. Its sophisticated colonial architecture is a beautiful backdrop for an intimate wedding ceremony and reception.

Whimsical and Fairytale

Some brides (and grooms) want a fairy tale kind of wedding and the Little House of Dreams (Block 8 Dempsey Road, #01-14 Singapore 247696) will give these special couples exactly that—and probably more. This homegrown bakery which grew into a much raved about bistro is adorned with white and pink and everything pretty. Couples who are into Marvel heroes may also opt to tie the knot in the first superhero-themed café in Singapore called Hungry Heroes (33 Tessensohn Rd, Singapore 217656). We won’t be surprised if the bride and groom fly in their favourite hero costumes.

English Garden Wedding

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Who could resist a traditional English garden wedding? Probably the mother of all outdoor weddings, many brides-to-be’s have been dreaming of a Victorian-inspired wedding locale. The Burkhill Hall at the Singapore Botanic Gardens will give you the promise of getting married with a thousand beautiful flowers around you. This restored Anglo Malayan plantation house is a perfect setting for an outdoor garden wedding. The colonial elegance of One Rochester (1 Rochester Dr, Singapore 139212) also provides an elegant backdrop for a garden wedding. The glass trellis and the all-weather alfresco dining setting is just sheer perfection.

Retro and Funky

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Eclectic couples going for the retro vibe will be pleased to know that there are quite a few quirky venues in Singapore to cater to their tastes. Kombi Rocks (66 Yio Chu Kang Road, Singapore 545568) brings back the peace-loving hippie stylings of the 60’s. The classically Asian Sum Yi Tai (25 Boon Tat Street, Singapore 069622) pays tribute to the classic 1980’s era of Hong Kong. If you would like to reimagine the romantic sci-fi film of Wong Kai War called 2046 on your wedding shoot, this could be the perfect venue for you.

Art Deco Style

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Another up and coming wedding trend is the flamboyant “Great Gatsby” wedding theme. If you’re into velvety blacks and fancy glass décor, The Black Swan (19 Cecil Street, Singapore 049704) is complete with luxurious dark wooden furniture and art deco glam. Described as “timeless, sexy and middle eastern”, The Ottomani (48 Peck Seah St, #01-01A, Singapore 079317) is the Arabian equivalent of a flamboyant wedding glamour.

Tropical and Beachy

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It is always best to take advantage of the perennial summer vibes in a beach country like Singapore. If you’re holding a summer wedding, you better do it in style. The Tanjong Beach Club (120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 098942) is not only a sun-kissed playground for beach bums but is also an alternative wedding venue for summer-loving couples. The Siloso Beach Resort (51 Imbiah Walk, Sentosa Singapore 099538) is a popular beach wedding destination for locals. With its variety of event locations and scenic views, it could be the answer to your wedding at the tropics prayer.

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Jihan Estrella
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Jihan is a neo-Vancouverite who is enjoying discovering her new "hometown". When she is not getting lost in this beautiful metropolitan, she is busy baking fluffy cakes, knitting warm blankets, biking through beach side trails and Netflix-ing any Anna Kendrick movie. While she has a degree in creative writing, she is (surprisingly) doing graphic design professionally. Currently, she is on the hunt (and saving up) for her next big adventure.

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