Pulse.com.gh logo

Banking In Ghana These banks will give you a loan for your luxurious wedding

There are some couples who cannot afford the kind of weddings they want. Here is a list of banks in Ghana that can give you a loan for your big day.

  • Published:
24/7 Live - Subscribe to the Pulse Newsletter!

In Ghana currently, weddings have become a measure of one’s status.

The couple needs a lot of money for services such as pre-wedding and post-wedding photoshoot, interior decoration, a huge wedding cake, an elegant wedding gown, a bridal shower and much more.

These things needed for the wedding means there must money available.

READ ALSO: Newmont ranked industry leader for third consecutive year

However, there are couples who cannot afford the kind of weddings they want.

The news is that some banks provide loans for weddings. Below is a list of some of the banks in Ghana that can give you loans in order organise your luxurious wedding.

• GCB Bank


Just as their tagline says GCB is “your bank for life.” Throughout every life stage, they will be there to offer help when they are needed.

On the official GCB Bank website, it is stated that if “you want a fast loan with simple terms and flexible payments. Perhaps you want some home improvements, need to finance a wedding or pay for a well earned holiday, or maybe you need a new car or just want assistance with paying some bills. Whatever you need a loan for, we can help.”

• Societe Generale


The website of the bank indicated that it provides loans for would-be couples who need some money to organise the wedding of their dreams.

“Do you need a short to medium term loan to finance the purchasing of the latest appliances, your dream car, wedding or family holiday?...The Societe Generale Ghana Consumer Loans are the perfect solutions for you!”

• Beige


Beige used to be a financial institution but it has now been accredited by the Bank of Ghana (BoG).

Beige allows spouses-to-be to fill a form on their website or physically in their office.

READ ALSO: Couples who wish to end their marriage must now write "Divorce Exam" in court

Afterwards, an amount is given to the couple or the half that requested the money.

They are expected to pay back the money with its interest as agreed between the bank and the couple.

• HFC Bank Ghana


HFC Bank has a saving package called ‘I do’.

This is meant for you to save for the wedding.

There are benefits associated to this program. As part of the benefits, “special “I Do” loan facility of up to twice amount saved in a year.”

Do you ever witness news or have a story that should be featured on Pulse Ghana?
Submit your stories, pictures and videos to us now via WhatsApp: +233507713497, Social Media @pulseghana: #PulseEyewitness & DM or Email: eyewitness@pulse.com.gh.

Recommended Articles

Recommended Videos

Top Articles

1 New Appointment Nana Addo appoints Mahama as Lands Commission bossbullet
2 Ghana Politics Akufo-Addo fires Lands Commission bossbullet
3 Menzgold Ghana Don't deposit money with Menzgold – BoG cautions...bullet
4 Salaries In 2018 Here are the dates public workers will be paid in...bullet
5 Mobile Money MTN freezes account of Ponzi scheme over GH¢11m defaultbullet
6 Mahama boys prevented me from meeting him – Fibre Optics Inventorbullet
7 Menzgold Ghana Investment company closes down its Gold Vault...bullet
8 Young Entrepreneurs Anas, Sarkodie, Nana Appiah & Yvonne...bullet
9 AirtelTigo 6 things every Airtel and Tigo customer...bullet
10 Shirley Frimpong-Manso and Ken Attoh owe The Royal Bankbullet

Top Videos

1 Forbes 2018 Africa's billionaires rich listbullet
2 New Discovery Ghana discovers new mineral, lithium in commercial...bullet
3 Dr Joseph Siaw Agyepong Nobody can collapse my company – JOSPONGbullet
4 Plane Crash Starbow suspends operations following plane crashbullet
5 Support Finance minister buys Kantanka carbullet
6 Entrepreneurship Failure- How To Deal With It | StartUpSchoolbullet
7 Entrepreneurship How to be resourceful as an entrepreneurbullet
8 New Phones Nokia MWC 2018 Event in 5 minutesbullet
9 Tech 6 reasons you should buy an iPhone SE instead of...bullet
10 Money Alert Meet Africa's richest womanbullet