CATERING SERVICES IN MAKATI
Makati is a home to some of the most popular churches in the Philippines. No wonder thousands of weddings occur in the city.
Choices of Churches in the City
A baroque church built in 1601 by Augustinian fathers, the church exudes an old world charm appealing to both traditional and modern weddings. The church’s original architecture is early baroque with a touch of Spanish renaissance as evident with its Doric columns and rose window at the main entrance. Nonetheless, the interiors including the window detailings have baroque touches. Its surface, however, is Romanesque in nature.
Saints Peter and Paul Church
Another old church, this church was built in 1620 through the initiative of Rev. Pedro de los Montes, a Jesuit priest. The colonial church’s architecture includes a rectangular nave with an apse and transept. The church also features a sacristy. Its unique feature is its facade which is composed of three-tiered papal and keys to symbolize papacy, an important scene for all the brides that is definitely worth capturing.
A simple yet elegant church, it is built in the mid-1950s by the Franciscans after the mother church in Manila was destroyed during World War II. The church, which also oozes out a Spanish era charm, has a well-maintained cream-hued facade. Its layout is the usual cross shape although is aisle is exceptionally long every bride would love walking down on it. The altar has a dome-shaped ceiling.
Choices of catering services in Makati
A wedding catering service occurs on a venue of choice. In Makati, your choices of venue includes:
Grandview Events Place
– An elegantly designed venue
– Perfect for hosts who want to have stylish events and celebrations
– Ideal for initiate and big events and gatherings
– In-built designs such as chandeliers and stage at the grand hall
– Accommodates between 50 and 500 guests