Singaporebrides | Weddings 101

February 2016

Free Customisable Wedding Day Schedule Template for Singapore Weddings

Weddings run on pretty tight timelines in Singapore, but with a well-planned wedding day schedule and some helpful wedding party members, you can get hitched without a hitch.

When your big day finally dawns, you don’t want to be stressing out over when the flowers should arrive, or who last saw the rings. Keep your wedding day organised and stress-free so that you can focus on the most important thing in your wedding—you’re getting married to the love of your life! Organising the whole day in advance means you’re able to delegate tasks to your bridesmaids and groomsmen, and leave yourself free to experience the deep significance of beginning a new chapter in your life.

We’ve put together a free customisable wedding day schedule tailored to Singapore weddings, that you can save, edit, and share on Google Sheets.

Simply go to FILE and click MAKE A COPY to save the schedule to your own Google Drive. You need to be signed in to your Google account to do this.

No two weddings are completely alike, but we’ve created schedules for two common Singapore wedding scenarios that you can customise to suit your own special day. Each schedule lists in detail the logistics and tasks behind a smooth wedding event, so that you don’t have to worry about forgetting something. The first sheet lists out a timeline for a couple celebrating with a church solemnisation, an afternoon tea ceremony, and a dinner banquet, with more DIY elements. The second sheet is a schedule for a gatecrash, a morning tea ceremony, a simple solemnisation, and a lunch ceremony. Choose the itinerary most suitable for you, and customise it to build your own wedding day schedule by deleting the gatecrash if you’re opting out of one, or adding more tasks where needed.

Singapore wedding day schedule Save the SingaporeBrides Wedding Day Schedule to your own Google Sheets

Most Singaporean couples these days DIY their reception table decorations, so we’ve also included a contact list where you can list down the people in charge of bringing certain items to the wedding venues, and a sample pack list to organise all the items you need. If you have more DIY elements in your wedding, make sure everything gets to and from your wedding venue by packing décor items in labelled boxes or suitcases, and assigning each box to one wedding party member to be in charge of. That person can tick off items as they are packed, to make sure nothing gets left behind. Remember to make someone responsible for important documents, such as your marriage certificate, and for valuables as well.

Share your finalised wedding day timeline with your bridal party, and explain to each person his or her role in helping your wedding run smoothly. Make sure that all important contact numbers are included in your list, and pass these numbers to your family members as well, so that you don’t receive calls about car park locations while you’re getting ready for your wedding!

Don’t miss our article on the major stages in wedding planning, and make your own copy of our free, customisable wedding checklist, or get the app!


Credits: Feature image from The Greatest Adventure of John and Sher by Jonathan Ong // Visual Storytelling