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Isabella Sun & Brian Luong — Minted

Isabella Sun


Brian Luong


What is the dress code?

Formal / Black Tie Optional

Know that we will cherish the memories and photos with you at our wedding forever, so what is most important to us is that you feel beautiful and comfortable (and ready to dance!)

Can I bring a +1?

Yes! Feel free to bring a friend (it doesn't have to be a significant other). What we want most is that you have a good time, so please bring along whoever will make that happen for you. But please include them in your RSVP and introduce them to us at the wedding! If they are important to you, they are important to us.

If you have further questions, please get in touch with Isabella and Brian at

Are children welcome?

Yes! Children are welcome at both our ceremony and reception but please RSVP for them.

Help! I'm having trouble RSVP-ing!

Oh no! Please reach out to Isabella or Brian at

What is the weather in Taiwan like in March?

March is one of the best times to visit Taiwan when it comes to weather. You can expect mild temperatures, with average highs ranging from 64 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit and cooler evenings. Humidity levels are also mild relative to the muggy summer months.

Taiwan also tends to have a lot of sunshine in March though it is still possible for there to be the occasional light showers. Another bonus of visiting Taiwan in March is the high likelihood of witnessing cherry blossom blooms!

Specifically for the day of our wedding, the ceremony and cocktail hour will be held outside but will be moved inside in the event of rain. The banquet will be held indoors.

Where should I stay?

Hotels are our recommended option for lodging. We have a few recommendations on our travel page. This list is by no means exhaustive; please find the best accommodations for you!

AirBnBs are less common and risky. Though they’re technically illegal, we’ve still managed to stay at a couple in the past 😅

Will there be an open bar?

Yes! Cocktail hour and dinner will be served with champagne, wine, beer, and select seltzers/liquors.

The after party, held at the rooftop bar, will additionally have cocktails.

What type of food will be served?

Cocktail hour - cupcakes, and other sweet treats. Also, hor d'oeuvres like small sandwiches and charcuterie.

Reception - 10 course Chinese banquet dinner showcasing a wide range of dishes from lobster to steak.

If you have any dietary restrictions/needs, please let us know in the RSVP!

Will there be an afterparty?

Yes! We love that you don't want the celebrations to end and neither do we. Details about the after party can be found on the events page.

I have never been to Taiwan before! Do you have any travel tips?

🙊 I don't speak Chinese... 🙊

Taipei is a very English-friendly country. You'll have no problem getting around with just English as the city is very welcoming to tourists.

Still, it doesn't hurt to download a translator app on your phone. We like Google Translate - it's fast and can translate menus, signs, etc., using your camera.

Learning a key phrase or two like "thank you" (xie xie) wouldn't hurt.

💰 How do I pay for things? 💰

Taiwan has a cash-heavy economy. Night markets, shops, and restaurants all prefer to take cash. Credit cards are accepted in many places like malls and nicer restaurants, but cash is still the most reliable option.

Getting an EasyCard is also recommended. This contactless smart card is the preferred way to pay for public transportation (just tap and go!) but is also accepted at some shops, food stalls, and convenience stores. A card costs about ($ 3 USD/$ 100 NTD) and you can top up the value at any MRT station. You can buy one at any MRT station kiosk, but we like picking out a cute and unique one at any of the major convenience stores (7-Eleven, FamilyMart, Hi-Life, OK Mart) that can be found on almost every street corner in Taipei.

💵 How do I get cash? 💵

Option 1: Bring cash with you and exchange it at the airport. Kiosks are available but are only open at certain hours. Currency exchange machines are available 24/7.

Option 2: Withdrawing from ATM. You will not have a problem finding an ATM to withdraw cash in Taipei. Besides the airport, there is one in every convenience store and convenience stores everywhere. Be aware your bank may charge fees for foreign withdrawals.

🚶Is it easy to get around?🚶

Yes! Google Maps📍is your BFF. Walk, drive, or take the MRT – it's got the quickest routes on tap.

MRT (aka metro) is extremely convenient and easy to use. A trip on the MRT will cost you anywhere from $0.50 - $2 USD. You can use an EasyPass to tap in and out (see What about money? section). Single-trip tickets can also be purchased at MRT stations.

Buses are also a viable option that will cost you $0.50-$1 per trip. However, it is a little harder to navigate than the MRT.

Ubers are more expensive than public transportation but are still relatively affordable (average $6 per trip). Ubers are plentiful - they usually arrive within 3 minutes.

Taxis are also a decent option, though some drivers may not speak English well. Taxis look like your typical yellow cab and can be hailed 👋 on the street.

🌐 I don't know how to get around without internet! 🌐

No shame; neither do we. Your regular phone service likely will only work if you're willing to pay big bucks for roaming. While there is free Wi-Fi in many parts of Taipei, we still recommend pre-buying an eSIM or buying a SIM card at the airport. Unlimited data with some calling & text is about ~$30 for a week. Make sure your phone is carrier unlocked!

🪪 Do I need a visa? 🪪

You do not need a visa to visit Taiwan for 90 days with a U.S. or Canadian passport.

CHECK THAT YOUR PASSPORT IS NOT EXPIRED! This is a lesson that Brian had learned the hard way when he realized only on the day of a flight to Mexico for a business trip that his passport had expired by six months. Isabella also recklessly let her passport expire once and needed to pay extra for an expedited new one before an international trip. (Though her situation was not nearly as dire as Brian's travel fiasco.) Please go ahead and check that your passport will be valid throughout the duration of your travels.

Anything else?

If you have any additional questions or concerns, feel free to message Brian or Isabella on Facebook messenger or send an email to