Due to the limitations caused by the pandemic, more and more couples have been opting to celebrate their union through intimate weddings held in small venues. Hotel ballrooms and churches are always an option even with a short guest list, but for couples who want to keep the private vibe going, booking a spacious photo studio could be next on your list.

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One you can consider is Lucas Studios, which you'll find on the fifth floor of Avire Tower in Quezon City. It boasts of all-white interiors, a wide floor space, and stunning natural lighting, thanks to its floor to ceiling windows.

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With a total floor area of 150 square meters, there's enough room for all your event decor and of course, adequately-distanced seats for your guests. Speaking of which, the studio has safety protocols in place such as temperature checks and strict wearing of masks and face shields.

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The different corners of the studio and areas in the building allow for a lot of photo-taking opportunities, too!

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But if you prefer a city view and don't mind a bit of sun, you can arrange to have your wedding set-up on the rooftop instead!

Event rental rates for Lucas Studios start at P3,980/hour with a minimum of four hours. For more information, visit their Facebook page.

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