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    wedding dinner and tea ceremony sequence

    Hi,

    I will be holding a wedding dinner banquet at a chinese restaurant.

    Cocktail reception starts from 6.30pm to 7.30pm. Dinner should starts at 8pm.

    Is it advisable to hold the tea ceremony during the reception period from 6.30pm to 7.30pm?

    I am not having any gate crush. Just a wedding dinner and tea ceremony on the same day.

    Total about 14 pair of elderly for the tea ceremony. will it end within one hour?

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    Depends but I guess 1 hour is enough time

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    Senior Member ladymarie is infamous around these parts
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    how much is a wedding dinner banquet in the usual chinese restaurants?

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    i guess an hour is good as long as you stick with your schedule

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