Antipolo – the home of charming, rustic weddings.

Are you thinking of a garden wedding that is not Tagaytay and not too far from the metropolis? Look no further because your best bet is Antipolo.

Firstly, reception venues are scattered in the city. For the majority of the places, they can be used exclusively between three and five hours. There are also essential and inbuilt amenities that the newlyweds can use such as the cocktail area, stage or platform, lights and sound system and parking area.

Secondly, there are also many churches in the Antipolo. Did you know that the main cathedral is a national shrine? It means that the Antipolo Cathedral is given the honor in recognition of its exceptional historical, cultural and of course, religious significance.

Other churches and chapels in Antipolo

Transfiguration of Christ Parish

A new parish in Antipolo, Transfiguration of Christ Parish houses an iconic portrait of Our Lady of Czestochowa, the patron saint of the parish.

Address:  Manuel L. Quezon Extension, Brgy. San Roque, Antipolo City

Contact #: 570-2722

Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

Another new church in Antipolo, Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary is an open church with a Rosary Garden.

Address: Hinulugang Taktak Road, Brgy. dela Paz, Antipolo City

Contact #: 696-4387

St. Therese of the Child Jesus Parish Church

This parish church i s named after St. Therese, the saint known as “The Little Flower of Jesus.”

Address: Marcos Highway, Brgy. Mayamot, Antipolo City

Contact #: 681-6788

St. Joseph the Worker Chapel

A simplistic chapel, St. Joseph the Worker Chapel is surrounded by lush greenery.

Address: Allspice Road, Antipolo City.

Contact #: —

Vermont Park Chapel

A chapel inside an executive village, Vermont Park Chapel has an intimate setting.

Address: Lyndon St., Vermont Park Executive Village, Marcos Highway, Antipolo City

Contact #: —

An Antipolo wedding package

Now that you have a list of venues for both the ceremony and reception, it is time to celebrate the union with a feast. Weddings in the Philippines are never complete without food. Good thing, there is a handful of catering providers in the area that you can hire.

Nevertheless, it would be much better if you can find a wedding caterer that is accredited to your preferred venue. The reason is that there is a minimal corkage fee for a certified caterer than with an external or non-accredited caterer.

A standard package shall include:

  • Complete setup of the reception
    • Decorated newlywed table
    • Decorated VIP table
    • Decorated buffet table
    • Decorated cake and gifts table
  • Reception essentials
    • Sparkling wine for toasting
    • Doves in decorated bird cage
    • Floral arrangement
    • Guestbook/signature frame
  • A complete wedding menu