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Romantic Wedding Venues To Say "I Do" To

Romantic Wedding Venues To Say "I Do" To
By Jeanna Lanting
June 18, 2019
Bride-to-be’s need not look far for a place to celebrate their new marriage. These wedding venues are only a drive away (or within) the metro, each one with their own unique offerings.


Marquis Events Place

Location: BGC
Why say yes? Inspired by the legend of a thousand paper cranes, Marquis Events Place houses a banquet hall that can seat a thousand people and can be further divided into smaller spaces. Marquis also has its own catering service to ensure the highest level of standards are met when it comes to food.

Visit their website here.

 

 

Puesto del Sol

Location: Calatagan, Batangas
Why say yes? This intimate resort boasts of sunset views on the West Philippine Sea as the backdrop of one’s wedding reception. Members of the wedding party may also choose to stay in the venue as it has three villas and two rooms.

Visit their website here.

 

Villa Milagros

Location: Rodriguez, Rizal
Why say yes? Not only is this mansion an architectural gem from the 1960s, it is also still lovingly maintained by the owners as their ancestral home. Their one event per day policy guarantees event exclusivity, and wedding parties can do everything in the property—from preps to reception.

Visit their website here.

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Photo by Electric Love Photography
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Photo by Proudrad
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Narra Hill

Location: Laurel, Batangas
Why say yes? Natural elements blend seamlessly together in this lush hideaway, making one feel as though they are one with nature. The hillside venue has both indoor and outdoor areas that can host the ceremony, cocktails, and the reception, and can serve as a beautiful pre-nup photo shoot location. Narra Hill also has a bed and breakfast that can accomodate 20.

Visit their website here.

Photo by Frank Callaghan
Photo by Frank Callaghan
Photo by Frank Callaghan
Photo by Frank Callaghan
Photo by Frank Callaghan
Photo by Frank Callaghan
Photo by Frank Callaghan
Photo by Frank Callaghan
Photo by Frank Callaghan
 

Casa Laiya

Location: Laiya, Batangas
Why say yes? Initially built to be a family rest house, Casa Laiya exudes an old world charm that perfectly contrasts with a few modern touches to the space. The property also has its own chapel, one that sports an antique bell tower from Bulacan and contains a limited-edition sculpture of Christ by Lladró.

Visit their website here.

Photo by Jiggie Alejandrino
Photo by Jiggie Alejandrino
Photo by Jiggie Alejandrino
Photo by Jiggie Alejandrino
Photo by Jiggie Alejandrino
 

Casa Ibarra

Location: MOA Complex, Pasay City
Why say yes? This venue pays homage to the Philippines’ past with a facade that is reminiscent of a house from the Spanish era. It also has distinctly-Filipino touches in its interior design, like the six Capiz chandeliers in its grand hall, Sala de Amor.

Visit their website here.

 

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