Who should I contact if I have questions about the wedding?
You can always feel free to contact Steven or Vivian directly via phone. For email inquiries, contact Steven at firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions about the venue/events themselves should be directed to our wedding planner via email or WhatsApp:
What's the best way to get real time information about the wedding?
Join the official Over To Grover WhatsApp group with this link HERE. Be sure to activiate your international data plan or connect to Le Meridien's WiFi in order to stay in the loop.
Can I bring a plus one to the wedding?
Yes, you can! Please be sure to include them in the RSVP form for your party by the April 15th deadline.
When should I plan to arrive/depart from Koh Samui?
Please arrive at in Koh Samui no later than 3 pm on Friday, June 21st (our Welcome BBQ will take place at 6 pm that evening!). Guests are welcome to depart Monday afternoon after the Farewell Breakfast ends on Monday, June 24th at 12 pm.
Do I have to stay at Le Meridien?
You are welcomed to stay at a nearby hotel/resort. However, keep in mind that all events will be onsite at Le Meridien so guests are strongly encouraged to stay there - plus, we've got a room block to fill!
Are there discounts on Le Meridien activities for guests?
All wedding guests who are staying at Le Meridien are eligible for 20% off activities at the resort, including spa packages, Muy Thai boxing classes, Thai cooking classes and more! Visit the front desk for more information and to make your reservations.
How much cash should I bring?
For any food and beverages (and activities) purchased outside of the wedding-related events, Le Meridien will typically charge those transactions back to the credit card you provide at the time of check-in.
As far as cash goes, while you will likely not need cash at the resort, we recommend having some cash for activities (tours/bars, etc.) outside of the resort. For example, we are planning to go to the Chaweng Beach bar district on Friday night after the Welcome Party. And while credit card may be used, it'd be useful to have some cash, but not too much.
The best way to withdraw cash is at Bangkok Airport, most of the banks at the airport charge no fees. For those not connecting through Bangkok, Koh Samui Airport does have a currency exchange counter for you to use.
Lastly, be sure to set travel notifications for your banks and credit cards!
What's the tipping policy?
As far as tipping, it is not customary/expected in Thailand, but should you choose to tip, we recommend around 10% (credit card or cash).
Am I expected to give a wedding gift?
We understand that this is a long journey for many of you and your presence at our destination wedding is truly the best gift! Wedding gifts are certainly not required, but if you'd like to make a small contribution to our dream honeymoon via Honeyfund, we'd greatly appreciate it!