If you choose to have  destination wedding in Malta you will probably want to have long wedding party. After all, you and your guests have traveled far and wide for this special occasion, and you want to make the party last as long as possible so everyone can enjoy every minute.

There are few challenges to planning a large wedding party, however. Here are few components you should consider:

The Music

By law, music in Malta can only be played outdoors until 11 p.m. After that time, music must either be completely stopped or turned down, depending on your venue's location. Some venues in Malta do, however, after-party areas within the reception location, or simply permit longer parties because of their isolated locations. These locations allow loud music well into the early morning hours. Be sure you know how long your venue will be able to eke the party going.


extra expenses

Longer wedding parties come with additional expenses. For couples who choose to have after parties at their weddings in Malta, they must condor applicable overtime charges or ''after-party'' venue rental fees. Again, be sure to think about all of these aspects and check with your venue before signing a wedding agreement.

after-party drinks and food

Longer weddings and wedding parties require additional drinks and more food. Guests will likely be hungry after drinking for a few hours. After-party snacks, such as finger foods, are excellent choices for these types of situations.



Don't forget about transportation! It's highly recommended  that you book post-party transportation before the event instead of calling several taxis at the end of the night. Hourly shuttle service is quite affordable in Malta and one our clients' favorite options.
Planning a long wedding party in Malta? Have you experienced any challenges? Leave your comment below!