10 Beautiful Churches for Weddings in the Philippines
A few gorgeous churches to choose from, for your dream church wedding.
While scenic destinations seem to be almost every couple's choice for their nuptials at the moment, nothing beats the timelessness of a church ceremony. If you're still on the lookout for a church that not only fits your dream wedding but can also provides points for the 'gram, check out our list of beautiful churches and chapels in the Philippines below!
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Pedro Calungsod Church, Cebu City
SM Seaside Complex, Cebu City
Thinking of getting hitched in Cebu? You’ll love the crisp and clean architecture of Pedro Calungsod Church. The structure boasts a pristine contemporary design, with a hundred walls in varying heights and widths. The church can hold up to 800 people.
St. James the Great Parish Church, Muntinlupa City
Cuenca Street corner Ibaan Street, Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa City
St. James the Great Parish is inside the exclusive Ayala Alabang Village, but they're open to non-residents as well. Thinking about your after-wedding photo-op? Outside the church is a gorgeous courtyard with lavish greenery, perfect for that mandatory photoshoot with your family and entourage.
Montecito Chapel, Laguna
Nuvali, Calamba City, Laguna
If an intimate wedding with your closest family and friends in attendance is more your speed, the quaint but chic Chapel of Montecito, also known as Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel, is likely to be your ideal location. It is located inside a 60-hectare residential development in Nuvali.
Stella Maris Church, Albay
Misibis Bay, Bacacay, Albay
Fulfill your tropical wedding dreams and say "I do" at the Stella Maris Church in Misibis Bay. The chapel boasts of a scenic view of the Mayon Volcano. Hop on over to the beach with your guests right after, and celebrate your newlywed status with an intimate reception by the sea.
Magallanes Church, Makati City
Humabon Street, Magallanes Village, Makati City
You’ll love the brilliant Art Deco-inspired architecture both inside and outside of the Magallanes Church in Makati for your nuptials. It’s a gorgeous structure, with a dome-like interior that lets in just the right amount of sunlight. Pro tip: Make sure to check in with the priest first regarding their strict dress code.
Immaculate Heart of Mary, Antipolo
Daang Bakal Road, Antipolo, Rizal
The astounding and intricate open architecture of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Antipolo is a beautiful venue for a summer outdoor wedding, and is also a serene haven for nature lovers.
Madre de Dios Chapel, Tagaytay
Tagaytay Midlands, Talisay, Batangas
The Madre de Dios Chapel in Tagaytay could make for a fine rustic-themed ceremony, thanks to its intimate size and wooden-beamed ceiling. It's situated atop a hill overlooking the majestic views of the Taal Lake and the Taal Volcano. Make sure you’ve really got your hearts set on this one, though, because reservation must be made at least three months to one year in advance with a non-refundable deposit of P27,000 for non-members.
Mt. Carmel Chapel, Batanes
Batan Island, Basco, Batanes
Also known as the Tukon chapel, the Ivatan-inspired, stone-walled Mt. Carmel Chapel can be found in the windy hills of Batanes. Its lush greenery and breathtaking sea view make for an intimate and refreshing mountaintop wedding.
The Glass Chapel at Ephrathah Farms, Iloilo
Barangay Sariri, Badiangan, Iloilo
The stunning Glass Chapel at Ephrathah Farms in Iloilo is built right in the middle of an ampitheater. Its simple wooden interiors provide the ideal atmosphere for an intimate celebration, followed by a garden reception.
Callao Cave Chapel, Cagayan
Peñablanca - Callao Cave Road, Peñablanca, Cagayan
Want to get married in a cave? If you're the type to stage a gothic-style wedding, or you just want to hear your vows reverberate loud and clear off the cave's dramatic walls, then Cagayan's secret treasure, the Callao Cave Chapel, could just be the perfect wedding venue for you.