Tagaytay is known to be a popular destination for a weekend away from the city because of its cool weather, numerous spas, and restaurants. Moreover, this city in the South is also popular choice for wedding venues mostly due to its beautiful scenery and rustic ambience. It’s the perfect spot for an out-of-town wedding because it’s not that far of a drive from the Metro. There is also have a multitude of choices in hotels and villas that one can rent for the wedding preps and for the guests’ lodging.

Are you planning to be a Tagaytay bride? Here are some wedding reception venues around Tagaytay that our ladies at GirlTalk recommend to help you decide.

1. Hacienda Isabella - Recommended by jadedrock


2. Chateau Hestia - Recommended by savvychic


3. Crosswinds Tagaytay - Recommended by lyechee, ayouweinlove


4. Angelfields Nature Sanctuary - Recommended by jadedrock


5. Tagaytay Highlands - Recommended by cc1818

6. Yellow Coco Tagaytay - Recommended by ayouweinlove


7. Taal Vista Hotel - Recommended by pinkonearth

8. Narra Hill - Recommended by Chriszy


9. Clear Water Resthouse - Recommended by Chriszy


10. Bali Village Hotel - Recommended by girlush


11. The Q Hotel and Restaurant - Recommended by girlush


12. The Lake Hotel - Recommended by ziyi

13. Canyon Woods - Recommended by ziyi


14, Antonio’s Tagaytay - Recommended by aria03


15. Balay Indang - Recommended by Missus O

16. Le Jardin Rosella - Recommended by Lorgail

17. The Forest Barn - Recommended by Lorgail

18. Tagaytay Wedding Cafe - Recommended by Lorgail

19. Fernwood Gardens - Recommended by Lorgail, cheroppy

20. Hillcreek Gardens - Recommended by Lorgail, cheroppy

Check out the GirlTalk thread here if you want to know more about these places as well as the other suppliers recommended for the perfect Tagaytay wedding.

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