Getting married

Helping you plan the perfect wedding and beyond

Planning for your perfect wedding

Preparing for your engagement

  • Engagement ring is a crucial part of the proposal for many couples. Before you go for the big purchase, you can set a budget and consider the prospect of reaching your target with monthly investment plans for funds or stocks
  • It is a good idea to earn extra rebates by paying for your engagement ring with a credit card
  • Proposing on vacation creates truly unforgettable memories. While you plan for the big day, remember to arrange travel insurance in advance to avoid any unexpected loss

Wedding ceremony and honeymoon

  • Start planning your wedding by making a wedding checklist and a planning timeline to organise everything including the wedding expenses
  • It’s best to reserve your wedding venue and book your list of vendors as early as possible. This includes your wedding makeup artist, hair stylist, wedding officiant, wedding host, videographer, photographer and more
  • Try booking the hotel in advance to get the best hotel wedding package. Maximise cashback rewards by paying your wedding with one credit card

Married Life

  • Agree on household expenditure with your partner. You can either choose to open a joint account to manage family finance together, or a supplementary card to consolidate the cashback rewards
  • Start drawing some plans for a future home
  • Consider short-term and long-term financial plans with your family that cover living expenses when misfortune strikes

Explore our products

eFamilyPro Life Insurance Plan

  • The premium is fixed for the first 10 years
  • A lump-sum death benefit up to HKD3,000,000 
Terms and Conditions apply, please note the relevant product risks. The above life insurance plan is underwritten by Hang Seng Insurance Company Limited.

Interest-free Spending Instalment Plan

  • Settle card spending by 6 to 60 monthly instalments 
  • Can combine retail transactions and online bill payment for application


Other points to note

  1. To borrow or not to borrow? Borrow only if you can repay!
  2. Investment involves risks. 
  3. Terms and Conditions apply.