The Villa at Singapore Botanical Gardens officially launched its Halal wedding packages last weekend at their first wedding showcase for 2018. Couples looking for halal catering options at a unique and beautiful venue can now choose to have their wedding there. On top of that, they can select between more traditional Malay-wedding cuisine, thanks to a partnership with well-known halal catering company Muslim Delights, or opt for The Halia’s signature modern European-Asian cuisine which has been Halal-certified by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore since 1 June 2017.
Muslim-friendly wedding packages at The Villa are specially catered by Muslim Delights
The Villa has a seating capacity between 400 to 1000 pax, and all three rooms – The Drawing Room, The Courtyard and The Batik Room – will be available to provide maximum seating capacity to meet the needs of Muslim couples planning to hold their wedding at The Villa.
The Batik Room
For a more interesting addition to their wedding celebration, couples have the option of having a live station of The Halia’s Signature Chilli Crab Spaghettini. Expect traditional Malay wedding food as well with a specially curated menu from Muslim Delights, such as Indian-style Masala Beef, Chicken in Spicy Tomato Sauce and Sambal Goreng Pengantin.
The Halia’s Signature Chilli Crab Spaghettini Live Station
“Couples are encouraged to stagger their invite timings as well to prevent any bottleneck congestions at the buffet table,” recommended Lydia Rashid, Assistant Banquet Manager of Garden Events Singapore and has been with the company for over 14 years.Celebrating its 10th year anniversary, The Villa held a two-day wedding showcase for the first time, after organising over 2000 weddings since its opening in 2008. The experienced wedding and events venue organised a second wedding showcase after its November run because of the demands from fans and patrons who are keen on celebrating their momentous occasion at The Villa. The event last Saturday also saw prominent local homegrown bridal house, The Wedding Brocade, launch a few new designs of its contemporary take on traditional Malay songket outfits. “It’s definitely exciting to see a beautiful and unique venue like The Villa offer wedding packages catered to the Muslim wedding market,” commented Katt Ibrahim, owner and designer of The Wedding Brocade. Couples who are interested to hold their wedding reception at The Villa can also choose from a variety decor and styling options provided by Inno Events, specialising in table floral arrangements as well as the tradition pelamin or dais.
One of the few pelamin or dais themes available for couples to choose from.
To address the carpark capacity concerns raised by some of the couples who attended the event, Garden Events Singapore representative assured them that valet services can be provided upon request. Wedding packages for Malay-styled weddings at The Villa start at $38++ per person for 1000 pax, and this includes exclusive usage of The Villa, basic in-house audio-visual system, a choice from three exquisite fresh floral themes for all tables and choice from five elegant pelamin and dais themes, as well as exclusive wedding invitation cards. Couples who are looking to holding a non-traditional Malay wedding at The Villa can also opt for packages catered from the Halal-certified The Halia kitchen. Such packages start at $88++ for a lunch reception, and $108++ for a dinner reception for a minimum of 120pax, inclusive of fresh floral decorations and exclusive wedding invitation cards.For further details on how you can book The Villa for your big day, click here.