Less than 4 months to my big day!
|My shoot for bridal catalogue, previously
(For my own wedding, I will have all my hair up in a high bun, because I think this blah wavy hair makes me look so OLD)
I can’t reveal my actual gown yet though. You will find out on my actual wedding day (Live via FB and Instagram)! I can only tell you, that it’s a column style, with a chapel train and sleeveless. It will arrive in Singapore in December! Excited!
I paid for my wedding dress using my OCBC Cashflo Card and the payments automatically got split into 3 months… making each month’s installment payment for this dress (which by the way, is interest free!) about $100 only. That’s cheaper than one dinner date out!
If you’re thinking of buying an expensive wedding gown (like $1000 plus), you should seriously consider the OCBC Cashflo Card. And if you happen to purchase from one of their participating merchants, the payment will be split into 6 months, interest free.
This card really reduces our financial constraints when it comes to paying for the wedding because it automatically helps us manage our cash flow efficiently and effortlessly. With it, I also get movie discounts, dining privileges and hassle free shopping online. 🙂
For more info on how this card works, click – here.
I have $500 Robinsons Vouchers to give away to you. No minimum spend required at the store, you just use the vouchers as if it’s cash (at Robinsons, Marks & Spencers or at John Little). 5 Readers will get $100 Robinson Gift Vouchers each. Winners will be announced on my blog, on 18th Oct.
The Question is- How would you use the OCBC Cashflo Card to finance a wedding?
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