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A rehearsal dinner sets the tone for an upcoming wedding. It is also when the bride and groom can enjoy a wonderful meal and time with their closest loved ones prior to the wedding day.

Here are some considerations for pre-wedding get-togethers.

1. Signage

1. Signage

Creative signages are good for photo-ops, in addition to letting guests know where your event is held.

2. Glow

2. Glow

Cast a beautiful and magical glow over the dinner party with inexpensive lights or suspended globe lights. Different light shapes and sizes add dimension.

3. Personal touch

3. Personal touch

Add a personal touch such as a personalised note or even a funny quote so that the diners feel special.

4. Food stations

4. Food stations

Get creative with food stations such as a tapas station, a curry station, a dessert station, and so on.

5. Tables

5. Tables

Long tables foster a family-style atmosphere, while a relaxed setting allows diners to get to know each other better.

6. Games

6. Games

Fun and uncomplicated games such as Jenga or ring toss provide a little friendly competition that will liven up the celebration and lead to plenty of laughs.

7. Unique night out

7. Unique night out

Apart from offering the usual F&B fares for a hen or stag night, make it an event such as cocktail making classes, painting or sketching while dining, and food-under-30-mins lessons.

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