i still do couples picnic

When was the last time you wooed your spouse? This February, fall in love with your spouse all over again and reaffirm your commitment to one another through a series of activities, starting with the “I Still Do” Couples’ Picnic on Saturday, 11 February 2017 at Fort Canning Green.

The “I Still Do” Couples’ Picnic is the first of a month-long celebration of love and marriage that culminates in Marriage Convention 2017. The annual Marriage Convention, organised by Families for Life, returns this year with new additions such as the “I Still Do” Couples’ Picnic and Lunchtime Talks to cater to couples at every stage in their marriage journeys.

School Holiday Edition Picnic with Families for Life

Get in the mood for love at the “I Still Do” Couples’ Picnic with activities specially designed for couples such as creating your very own Message-in–a-Bottle, Candle making, love songs dedication, and capture these special moments at the “I Still Do” Photo Booth. Bask in the rosy glow of dusk and enjoy music performances by Melissa Tham and the Jazznote Trio, followed by a romantic Couple Dance with your spouse. Enjoy an outdoor movie screening of the romantic comedy “About Time” – the perfect cap to your date night!

Date: Saturday, 11 February 2017
Time: 5:00pm – 9:30pm
Location: Fort Canning Green
Programme Charge: Free (excluding purchase of food and beverage on location)

Families for Life National Day Picnic

Register as a couple and early bird registrants will receive a special gift (on a first-come-first-served basis, while stock lasts, limited to one gift per couple). Pre-registered couples stand a chance to win attractive prizes including a hotel staycation, movie passes and tickets to the “I Still Do” Lunchtime Talks and Marriage Convention 2017.

“I Still Do” Couples’ Picnic Programme, 11 February 2017

i still do couples picnic timetable

For more details on the “I Still Do” Couples’ Picnic and Marriage Convention 2017, visit us at http://bit.ly/I-Still-Do.

*The organiser reserves the right to modify, alter or change the programme.