Wedding planning starts with booking a church and a venue, and it's a known fact that destination weddings can be extremely expensive. Well, we've got good news for you! If you're a couple who isn't fond of big crowds and refuse to go out of Metro Manila, then these restaurants can be a great spot for your low headcount wedding. Besides great food and service, these places boast picturesque interiors, too that can be the perfect backdrop for your memory-filled, big day!
Check out these gorgeous venues that are perfect for intimate weddings:
1. Blackbird Makati
Where to find them: Nielsen Tower, Ayala Avenue, Makati
Contact numbers: (02) 8828-4888, (02) 8828-1937, and (0917)889-2782
The classy restaurant serves contemporary European dishes that will perfectly suit your black-tie wedding. The interiors would make you feel that you celebrated your wedding in posh NYC.
2. The Henry Hotel
Where to find them: 2680 Compound, F.B. Harrison St, Pasay, Metro Manila
Contact number: (02) 8807-8888
Besides the fact that you can check in this hotel before and after the wedding, everyone will love the peaceful ambience and rustic appeal of this Old Manila-themed hotel. The best part? Apartment 1B is responsible for the culinary feast you will be having.
3. Happy Garden Cafe
Where to find them: Sunshine Place, 56 Jupiter Street, Bel-Air, Makati City
Contact number: (0906)531-7093
This cozy restaurant's interiors live up to its name: it looks like a legit garden! It's managed by the Bizu Groupe, meaning you can expect delectable food. What's unique about this place is that they serve organic and mostly gluten-free food.
4. Rustic Mornings by Isabelo
Where to find them: 11 Isabelo Mendoza Street, San Roque, Marikina City
Contact number: (02) 8425-8610
This eclectic yet homey restaurant in Marikina serves all-day brunch! What else can get better than that?
5. Barbara's Restaurant
Where to find them: Plaza San Luis Complex, General Luna Street, Intramuros, Manila
Contact number: (0938)527-4083
This Intramuros-based restaurant will take you back to Manila back in the Spanish colonial era. As expected, you're in for Spanish-Filipino gastronomic experience.