Ibarra's Party Venue & Catering Specialist is giving away a trip for 2 to Macau to two lucky couples who book their wedding packages in 2015.

The special prize is inclusive of roundtrip airfare for 2 plus 3D/2N hotel accommodation with breakfast making it the perfect honeymoon getaway. To qualify, couples must book a wedding package with a minimum guaranteed of 150 pax.

Ibarra's Party Venues & Catering Specialist has a selection of wedding venues located in Manila, Quezon City, and Tagaytay. Each venue comes with several all-inclusive wedding packages to choose from. Amenities such as floral arrangements, photo and video services, and the wedding cake to name a few are provided by partner wedding suppliers to make sure your wedding preparations are as stress-free as possible. And with a chance to win a trip to Macau, the well-known venue and catering supplier is making the wedding planning process more enjoyable.

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The promo runs from January 1 to December 31, 2015.

Read the full promo mechanics here.

Click here for more information on Ibarra's Party Venues & Catering Specialist.

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