Maximum of seats: 60 guests
(inclusive of service charge and applicable tax)
A Thai wedding generally consists of two parts: the legal and the ceremonial. These are done separately. There is no requirement of government documentation to have a religious ceremony, which is most common with Thai people. This is considered by many to be the real wedding. Normally, weddings in Thailand are Buddhist. A bride token is still common but arranged are rare.
Two type of gifts from the husband-to-be, are considered cultural requirements: “Kong Mun” and “Sin Sod” is a gift of gold jewelry that is given when the wedding is announced, or later—before the wedding ceremony.
Our Thai Wedding Package includes
- Maximum of seats: 60 guests
- Personal wedding planner assistance
- Romantic in-room floral decoration on the wedding night
- Resort’s wedding certificate (non-legal document)
- Thai Wedding Ceremony, inclusive of the following arrangements
Monk Blessing Ceremony
Buddhist monks are invited to attend the ceremony to bless the bride and groom and enable them to make merit
Khan Mak (Engagement Tray) Procession
Khan Mak parade is an essential part of wedding traditions where the groom and his family are required to lead the parade carrying valuable items and cash to the bride’s house.
“Rod-Nam-Sang” or Water Blessing Ceremony
“Rod Nam” (pouring water) signifies cleansing and transferring of luck, and “Sang” (conch shell) symbolizes a source of good. “Rod Nam Sang” or Water Blessing Ceremony brings together the bride and groom for guests to bestow the blessings by pouring water from the conch shell over the couple’s hands and wish them happiness and prosperity.
- Buddhist altar with amenities and raised platform for monks
- Ceremony station decorated with fabric and floral designs
- Water blessing altar with flower decoration
- Wedding garlands for bride and groom
- 1 corsage for Groom
- 4 corsages for special guests