Convenience is a big consideration when choosing a venue for wedding. Best churches for wedding doesn’t necessarily needed to be located in the outside part of the metropolis whereas many churches are located right next to the beautiful wedding venues in Manila.
Here are the best churches for wedding just around the metro with nearby beautiful wedding venues:
Sanctuario de San Vicente De Paul
Detaching itself from the traditional church design, Sanctuario de San Vicente de Paul Parish hold the alcove of saints, rather than the common altarpiece at the nave of the church.
Parallel to Sanctuario de San Vicente Church, Verandas de San Vicente is a reception venue in Quezon City designed to offer an intimate and calm ambiance an alternate world of the Metro’s busy life. This venue features a wide veranda where you can reward yourself with calm surrounding and breath of fresh air. This veranda is also a perfect thematic background for pictures for it gives power to the subject brought about by its plain details. The place gives clients the free will to design the venue through its minimalist decorations. Can accommodate up to 300 guests the place perfectly fits clients who is in search of an accessible venue next to the church.
Mt. Carmel Shrine
Mt. Carmel Shrine offers a mystical and solemn experience for couples. In addition, the place provides a simple yet modern architecture.
Providing the convenience for every celebration, Fr. Mark Horan Hall is a beautiful wedding venue located inside the premises of Mt. Carmel Shrine. The hall is a fully air- conditioned venue with a snap of details apt for styling marking the preferences of the clients.
A place mold by history, San Agustin Church is found inside the ancient premises of Intramuros. The church is finely detailed to satisfy the eyes. At the far end of the church, a gilded retablo takes center stage. The pulpit is also gilded and decorated with pineapple and flowers, a true Baroque original.
Located within the historical streets of Intramuros, La Castellana invades stories of commitment. Featuring a place for intimate celebration, acknowledge history as couples made their own.
Immaculate Conception Church
The Immaculate Conception Cathedral of Cubao is also known as “Cubao Cathedral”. This is the church where Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes had their wedding. Cubao Cathedral is located at 40 Vancouver, Quezon City that has an Italian-Romanesque style.
An exquisitely maintained event venue in Quezon City, Oasis Manila is one of the most sought-after event venues in Manila, renowned for its immaculate gardens, spacious function halls, and immediate accessibility to churches and public transportation.
Amidst the busy metro is a secret garden venue with lush greenery, idyllic ponds and cool breezes to make intimate affairs and grand parties extra special.
Sto. Domingo Church
Prominent for being the largest church in Metro Manila, Sto. Domingo Church appeals to its bona fide feels courtesy of history. The prestige
An affordable garden wedding venue in Manila Light of Love’s gates open up to a tree-lined driveway illuminated with suspended lights among its branches. The main building is an old mansion against a backdrop of a luscious garden surrounded by trees of up to 60 years old and a magnificent landscape.
The house’s antique Narra door guarded by two granite Leo statues leads guests into the Atrium, a fully air-conditioned venue ideal for up to 120 guests, its center draped with a beautiful crystal chandelier under a glass roof giving a magnificent view of the night sky.
A wedding contrived with convenience will probably win the satisfaction of the guests. Find no hassle once you choose a church with nearby venue freed from the traffic and pollution of the metro.
For more than 30 years , we have been blessed to be a part of thousands of weddings, debuts, kids parties, corporate events, and private celebrations. In all these events, we make sure we are not only your caterer but more importantly your partner in every step from conceptualizing, budgeting and planning up to final execution.