Life's like that....what to do.....don't we girls always want the grandest or the most fairy tale wedding? But when reality sets in, there's only so much we can ask for or do for our big day.
My advice is to do what you can within your means and not chalk up a big debt for your wedding. Choose one that you can live with within your means and you'll be fine. Afterall, a wedding is only a beginning to a new life though some may say that it's the end (or grave) for the bridegroom!!!!
The stage is not very high and that's why I've alway refer to it as a platform. To tell the truth, in most wedding dinners, most of the guests will put the emphasis on the good food instead of the decor. You may have a very nicely done up stage but if your food is not up to sandard, you'll start hearing comments from your relatives after that! One other reason why I chose Crown Prince was also because my mum likes Long Jiang Food.
As for the setup, if you are really unsure, you can ask Kris if you can tentatively book the date you want first and decide after you view the ballroom. BTW, when is your wedding?
Kris is also my coordinator. She is very helpful whenever I approach her and concern about her couples. In fact, I saw the setup twice on actual weddings before signing up.
Can you share with me about your package by emailing me? Just click on my nick name to send the mail. Better this way cos some other brides may feel 'shortchanged' by the new package if it's better than the one they sign for. Trust me, I experienced it once.