The updated safe management measures for marriage solemnizations and wedding receptions are as follows:
From 27 September to 24 October 2021
Up to 10 attendees
Up to 10 attendees
Home and ROM/M Building
External venues (Excluding Places of Worship)
These limits include the couple, but exclude the Licensed Solemnizer and any other vendors engaged to provide authorised services for the wedding event.
Children aged 12 years and below (i.e. born in and after 2009), who are currently not eligible for vaccinations under the National Vaccination Programme, should not make up more than 20% of the total attendance. This applies to marriage solemnizations with more than 50 attendees or wedding receptions (regardless of the number of attendees). These children seated within the groups of 2 attendees (for marriage solemnization) or 5 attendees (for wedding reception) must be from the same household.
All marriage solemnizations and wedding receptions continue to be subject to the prevailing safe management measures, such as zonal/time slot requirements and safe distancing rules, and prevailing group size of up to 2 people for marriage solemnization and 5 people for wedding reception. Please refer to the requirements here. All wedding guests must strictly abide by the safe management measures, and in particular, maintain social distancing and avoid mingling with others beyond their own table.
Organisers must ensure that before entering the event, all attendees must check in to the event using TraceTogether-only SafeEntry. TraceTogether, the SEBizApp or HealthHub can be used to check the vaccination and PET status of attendees. The venue owner/operator or organisers should have a unique QR code for the event space, e.g. hotel ballroom or private room in a restaurant.
For more information on SafeEntry, please refer to the link here.
For more information on Pre-Event Test (PET), please refer to MOH’s guidelines at go.gov.sg/pet and section III for FAQs on PET requirements related to marriage solemnizations and wedding receptions.
1 Where PET is required, it means that checks must be implemented to ensure that every attendee has a valid negative test result or is fully vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19. An individual is considered fully vaccinated if they have received the appropriate regimen of World Health Organisation Emergency Use Listing (WHO EUL) vaccines including their respective duration post-vaccination for the vaccine to be fully effective, and had their vaccination records ingested in MOH’s national IT systems. An individual who has recovered from COVID-19 should provide a valid PET exemption notice for the duration of the event.
Payment Schedule for children born on or after 1 Jan 2015
Birth Order 1st & 2nd
Birth Order 3rd onwards
Within 10 working days of birth¹
6 months old
12 months old
15 months old
18 Months old
¹ from birth registration or joining Baby Bonus (whichever is later)
To check the scheduled payment date and cash gift payment date, you can log in using your Singpass via “Family View” on Baby Bonus Online, select 'View Statement '. This e-service also applies to children born before 1 January 2015 and have enrolled for the scheme.
You can view the transactions made in your Child Development Account (CDA) in the monthly statement sent by your CDA bank, or through Internet Banking. You may also log in using Singpass via “Family View” on Baby Bonus Online, select 'View Statement ' to view the CDA payment details and remaining Cap amount.
Two foreigners can marry in Singapore if they have met the rules and requirements for marriage. Please visit the Registry of Marriages' (ROM) website for the rules and requirements.
To join the Baby Bonus Scheme, please start by checking your child’s eligibility by using the “Check Eligiblity” on Baby Bonus Online. If your child qualifies, you may proceed to apply by following these steps.
STEP 1: Visit Baby Bonus Online.
STEP 2: Click “Join”. It will bring you to a Singpass log-in page.
STEP 3: Log in using your Singpass.
STEP 4: Complete the relevant sections in the application form.
STEP 5: Click “Submit” when done.
When applying, please note that both parents have to decide which parent or a third party will
You may wish to know that the Nominated Bank Account Holder for the cash gift and the CDA trustee can be the same person or different persons. The CDA trustee has to be above the age of 18 and must not be a bankrupt.