9 Beautiful Churches You Can Get Married In

If there’s one thing that we all have in common here at the B&B HQ, it is the passion to give you guys the perfect inspiration for your wedding! Today, we will be focusing on the wedding venue (we all know how important that is)! We already made a list of some beautiful garden venues (that now has a part 1 and a part 2), beach venues, and even indoor wedding venues that you can check out. But today, I’ll give you a list of beautiful churches you’d probably want to get married in! Check them out below!

Churches in the Philippines You Can Choose To Get Married In Photo: Erwin Leyros


1. San Agustin Church

Photo: Jeff & Lisa Photography | Real Wedding: Lovely and Light


2. San Pedro Calungsod Chapel

Photo: J Lucas Reyes | Real Wedding: Ever Effortless


3. Saint James the Great Parish

Photo: Pat Dy | Real Wedding: A Romantic Luxe Church Wedding in Manila


4. Mt. Carmel Chapel (Tukon Church)

Photo: Jeff & Lisa Photography | Real Wedding: Nature and Nostalgia


5. Nuestra Señora del Remedios Parish

Photo: Ian Santillan | Real Wedding: This Bride Repurposed Her Mom’s Wedding Gown and the Results Were Stunning!


6. San Antonio de Padua Parish Church

Photo: Erwin Leyros | Real Wedding: Tranquil Togetherness


7. Balanga Church in La Casas Filipinas De Acuzar

Photo: Myio Okamoto | Real Wedding: An Elegant Filipiniana Wedding


8. Transfiguration Chapel of Calaruega (Calaruega Church)

Photo: Paul Vincent Photography and Whimboy Echavez | Real Wedding: Floral Fever


9. Basilica Menor de San Sebastian (San Sebastian Basilica)

Photo: Benjie Tiongco | Real Wedding: A Grand City Wedding with a Bright Pink Theme


Aren’t they all beautiful? Take a pick and plan the perfect reception venue with us next!


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  1. How i wish ma feature sa bb un wedding ng anak ko si Ghia and Clark last june 27, 2017 in Transfiguration Chapel of Caleruega and reception at Escala Tagaytay.
    Thank you.

  2. San Antonio De Padua was where my Husband and I got married. It’s such a beautiful Church and the size is just right. San Antonio de Padua is the saint for the lost and our prayers were definitely answered by him when we lost our dogs 2 months before our wedding day. Our dogs safely found their way back to us with the help of good people around.

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