Yes, you may hold your solemnization at home.
As of 8 May 2021, an individual must not permit to enter or remain in his or her place of residence more than 5 visitors on any single day. An exception is made for home solemnizations which are subject to the following limits:
For solemnization ceremonies held at home, the maximum number of attendees for solemnizations will be, including the wedding couple, (i) 10 persons or (ii) 5 visitors in addition to any residents to the home where the solemnization is held, whichever is higher. This cap excludes the Licensed Solemnizer, the interpreter (if any), and vendors engaged to provide authorised services for the solemnization (kept to a minimum). For example, if there are 6 persons currently living in your household, the 6 residents and an additional 5 visitors can attend a solemnization in your home. The total of 11 persons counts the wedding couple but excludes the solemnizer and vendors. Or if you live alone, you and 9 other persons, including the wedding couple, can attend a solemnization in your home, excluding the solemnizer and vendors.
However, if a place of residence has 5 or more visitors attending a home solemnization (as guests or vendors), then the individual must not accept any more visitors that day to his or her place of residence.
For the safety of all who are attending your solemnization, please ensure that you and your guests comply with the following measures:
a. All guests must wear masks for the duration of the solemnization. The bride and groom may choose to wear face shields instead of masks for the duration of the solemnization, and may remove their face shields/masks for key moments such as to exchange vows, rings, to kiss and during march-ins/outs. Other guests must maintain a 2-metre distance from the bride and groom when they are unmasked. The bride, groom, and guests may remove their masks briefly for photo-taking.
b. Maintain a safe distance from those from a different household.
c. You must also declare to your Licensed Solemnizer the guest and vendor list at least 1 day before the solemnization. This list must be available on-site for verification/ checking.
We must remain vigilant to protect ourselves and our loved ones. All attendees should check their temperature and ensure they are feeling well before they attend the solemnization. You may wish to encourage your guests, especially if they are more vulnerable, to refrain from attending your solemnization in person. Instead, they can join in the celebrations safely by using technology (e.g. witness the solemnization through a video link).
The organiser is liable for ensuring that all attendees observe the necessary safe management measures 8.
8 A person is regarded to be an organiser of a wedding if he/ she (whether or not for reward, and whether jointly or otherwise) procures for, or supplies to, any party to the marriage, the premises and any goods and services for the celebration arrangements in connection with the holding of the wedding.