Marriage is a milestone that many couples celebrate with their families and peers. It is the time when newlyweds start to picture the next chapter of their lives, hear endearing wishes, savour the scrumptious wedding dishes, dance, and whatnot.
Because of traditional marriage customs, most Filipinos prefer exchanging vows inside places of worship. But in the modern world, adventurous couples think of fun and exciting ways to seal the deal.
In this article, Tatler features some of the most unusual wedding venues in the Philippines—museums!
1. Pinto Art Museum, Antipolo
The Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo is not only known for its art collection and picturesque views. The place features a 1.2-hectare property where guests can dine, have coffee, and tour. The museum allows prenup shoots, garden wedding ceremonies and wedding receptions in the area.
The venue rental only covers the usage of the place and nothing more; however, some couples may request changing rooms.
Address: 1 Sierra Madre St, Grand Heights Subdivision, Antipolo, 1870 Rizal.
Contact: +632 8697 1015
Price: Day Rate - PHP50,000, Night Rate - PHP100,000 (note: A 50 per cent downpayment is required to secure booking)