Chere is the word for “dear” in French. And that explains how we view every wedding that comes under our hands. Like how you would describe something close to heart, we see every planning journey of wedding services with us to be a path of dedication, authenticity and accountability.
We have now moved from providing physical wedding planning services to online wedding consultations. Read more about our journey below.
Chere had a humble start in 2009, with a focus on providing personalised wedding planning services to couples when the idea of having a wedding planner was still regarded as a luxury.
Through the years, we gained experience and maturity. From smaller-scaled gatherings, we started planning grand celebrations with increasingly complicated programming - such as concert-styled dinners and multi-days destination weddings.
Following our bigger portfolios, we are featured on global wedding websites and are awarded multiple awards. These include Singapore Tatler's Best of Singapore in 2016, 2018 and 2020.
During the pandemic when weddings and celebrations had to come to a stop, we created a wedding resource website to continue sharing our knowledge and to bridge the connection between and among vendors and wedding couples.
As we move away from wedding planning physically, we continue to provide wedding consultations online on demand.
Traditionally, including parents' names is a way of showing respect and of honouring your parents. Depending on your culture, the requirements surrounding this can vary.
We often receive the request to have fresh flowers for wedding cars from parents as that can be a mark of authenticity when the groom arrives to fetch his bride. For practical reasons, it is sometimes recommended to include some artificial flowers due to the weather in Singapore.
In the Western tradition, the bridal couple is usually presented with wedding gifts (which is why some of them have a Wedding Registry!) Here in Asia, gifts are less common and what is often seen instead is the wedding couples being gifted with red packets (or Hong Bao). It is believed to be a symbol of good luck and blessings.
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You get the drill, whenever you see a box of Wedding Pastries or Xi Bing (喜饼) sent to your home, you know someone in the family is getting married. Now it is your turn to tie the knot and you wonder when do you exactly send them and what options do you have?
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Photo credits to Tong Heng.
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