Even though COVID-19 has thrown everyone off guard and some weddings, unfortunately, have been affected, it doesn’t mean the stress of planning one has disappeared.
If anything, it’s easier to forget about the small things in such a time as this. If you’re Chinese or marrying into a Chinese family you’d want to remember these small things (even if just to appease your older family members).
If you’re living in Singapore, you’ve probably heard about a Chinese wedding taboo or two — such as how the couple shouldn’t attend any funerals or weddings three months before and after their own wedding to avoid a clash in luck.
Here are 9 other things you should traditionally avoid doing if you’re a soon-to-be Chinese newlywed: