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The Best Deal Ever at The Wedding Cafe

Publish On 2016-11-06 , 1:46 PM

Almost every couple yearns for the breath-taking wedding event of their life, and often, Metro Tagaytay comes as the most preferred location. Along this line, soon-to- weds would scrimp their finances just to be able to save enough resources for their Tagaytay destination wedding.

Fortunately, Engr. Robert Dizon of The Wedding Café just recently announced an enticing promo, so couples don’t have to break the bank to realize such a dream wedding event. Tagaytay Wedding Cafe is a soothingly elegant wedding venue that will suit the wedding event you’ve been aspiring to have. Tucked away from the humdrum of the city, The Wedding Cafe has got the finest features most conducive to an intimate wedding event so you and your guests can savor every delightful moment of your splendid occasion.

But the best feature of The Wedding Cafe offer is that couples can enjoy the use of the wedding venue FOR FREE upon booking Town’s Delight The Caterer for their wedding event. Until November 30, 2016, soon-to- weds can avail of the privilege of FREE venue at The Wedding Cafe as they book for the culinary masterpieces of Town’s Delight The Caterer for their most delightful moments of a lifetime. 

Day use and overnight bridal suite for event preparations or post-event accommodation are not included in this promotional offering. This is open to soon-to-weds who have not yet booked with Town’s Delight The Caterer, and cannot be availed of in combination with any other promos or perks being offered. 

Call us now and book your choice package along with this great freebie!


Check out some Tagaytay Wedding Cafe photos!

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Ambiente Fino Venue for FREE!

Publish On 2016-11-06 , 10:34 AM

A Splendid Wedding Venue for Free! 

Imagine this perfect moment: Fresh from the wedding ceremony where they exchanged vows, the bride and groom merrily descend the grand staircase leading to the magnificent hall where they are greeted by well-wishers who are honorably seated within the brick-covered courtyard reminiscent of the glorious Hispanic past. The couple find their way on the red carpet leading to their designated seats in front of their adoring guests who are enjoying the delightful gastronomic offerings in the fine ambience of this fascinating events place.

You could be that couple. What’s more: you can avail of Ambiente Fino Events Place for FREE! Yes, the venue, located in Trece Martires City, is yours to enjoy free of charge when you book your wedding event with the premium food service provider – Town’s Delight The Caterer – between now and November 30, 2016.

You’ve come this close to having the wedding event of your dreams. Book now and make it happen!


Check out some photos of Ambiente Fino!


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Two Gardens

Publish On 2016-11-03 , 2:25 PM

Two Gardens Tagaytay is a Wedding Reception Venue located in Barangay Maitim 2nd West , Tagaytay City, Cavite.

It is consist of landscaped gardens great for special occasions, big or small. PINE GARDEN (Fits 250-300 pax) surrounded with pine trees and adjacent to the pond. PALM GARDEN (Fits 200-250 pax) filled with palm trees.


Inquire Now!


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How to have a fabulously Christmas wedding!

Publish On 2016-11-09 , 1:40 PM

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – for a wedding! If everyone comes together at this time of year, so why not make the most of it and celebrate your nuptials, too? We love a Christmas wedding here at Wedding Ideas, so here are some of our favourite theme ideas to get you in the festive spirit…

Seasonal colours

First off, let’s think about Christmas colours – if you want to avoid the traditional greens and reds associated with the season, then there are loads of modern winter options for you to consider. We love the look of berry shades such as deep reds and purples interspersed with winter whites. It’s a chic option for a Christmas wedding that feels luxurious and festive. Purple calla lilies are a sophisticated choice, and you won’t need many of them to create an impact. Talk to your florist about what will work for you.


If you’re having a late afternoon wedding then it’s going to get dark early, so why not dress your bridesmaids in deep jewel tones that will look great in the evening? Plums and aubergines are a beautiful option in cozy, low lighting.

For bridesmaid gifts you could gift them a contrasting pashmina to snuggle into. Remember that shoes don’t have to be matchy matchy – in fact it’s better and more on trend if they offer a pop of colour. If you feel like being minimal, then just having white and silver for your colour scheme makes a perfect Christmas theme. You could dress your maids in winter white and accessorise with silver and diamante earrings, bracelets or belts. Take a look at our white winter wedding themes for more ideas!

Christmas Trees

We think a beautifully decorated Christmas tree is an absolute must at both your ceremony and your venue. Use the wedding colours you’ve chosen for your tree decorations. Whites, silvers, golds and berry shades are classic and chic, while bright jewel shades of turquoise, emerald, ruby and amethyst will also look wonderful.

Eat, drink and be merry

Christmas is the best time of year to splash out on great food and drink, so serve your guests a festive feast! You could offer your guests mulled wine and hot spiced apple juice as they arrive at your reception, with mini sausages to nibble on. A version of Christmas dinner is a natural choice for your main meal. Most people love a roast – and it doesn’t have to be turkey. If you’re having a buffet you could serve up the main course carvery style, so as well as the traditional turkey with all the trimmings, you could offer a large ham and a vegetarian option.


Entertaining children

Keeping little ones occupied at a wedding will make their parents eternally grateful to you and a Christmas theme gives you some ready-made ideas. First off, you could have Father Christmas for a visit (maybe before the wedding breakfast whilst the adults are enjoying drinks and canapés) and give the kids Christmas gifts to play with throughout the meal. Alternatively have a chill-out room and play Christmas-themed DVDs – we’re thinking Polar Express, The Snowman, and The Grinch. This will leave you and your grown-up guests free to enjoy your amazing wedding day!


A word of warning though before we go… If you have booked a wedding at this time of year, make sure you get those save the dates out super quick to avoid any clashes of commitments over the festive period.


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Finding a Wedding Reception Location

Publish On 2016-11-22 , 1:54 PM

Once you find the perfect venue to get married at, the rest of those wedding day details (color, style, decor and so on) should quickly fall into place. What should you look for in your reception site (aside from that sense of rightness you know you'll have the moment you see "the one")? We have a number of helpful hints you should keep in mind.

Venue: Fernwood Gardens

Before we lead you through all of our top tips, read this: We launched a new service called The Knot Venue Concierge. It's totally free so all you have to do is tell us what you're looking for in terms of budget, guest list and style, and we'll help you with the rest of the details, like booking venue tours. 

Now, on to what to look for...

A Roomy Fit
It sounds obvious but make sure the room is large enough to accommodate the number of people on your guest list. The space may look enormous when it's empty, but wedding essentials—tables, chairs, a buffet, a bar, the band or DJ setup, the dance floor—can take up a lot of space. Not to mention your guests will need some elbow room. Even if you choose an outdoor site, you'll need ample room on the lawn, in the arboretum or poolside. The best way to assess the size of a site? Ask to take a peek of the space when another wedding (with an equivalent guest list size) is all set up. Of course, if you decide you must have your wedding at your favorite bar (the one with one bathroom, two booths and three feet of floor space), you can always work backward and tailor your guest list to match.

Eating, Drinking and Partying Areas
There should be logical places within the space where guests can eat, drink, talk and dance. When you're standing in the space, try to envision where each activity would happen (especially if your ceremony will be there). If a room is too small to separate into sections accordingly, you will probably feel cramped. If it's shaped like an S or some other oddball figure, that could compromise your party's flow as well. Also, note the locations of columns or other obstructions in the room—will they block people's views of the dance floor or the cake table where the best man will give a toast?

Privacy varies widely from place to place, as does the importance couples place on it. If you're having a daytime event in a public spot, such as a park, beach or botanical garden, be prepared for strangers to trek past your party. They may even smile, wave and come by to offer their good wishes. If this is okay with you, go for the park. If not, opt for a lawn on a private estate or golf course. Or, hold the reception at a restaurant or gallery that will allow you to buy it out (as in, guests only). Be sure to ask about available security at your site to keep gate-crashers at bay.

Don't think that just because you're indoors, you're safe from uninvited guests. Banquet halls and hotels often hold more than one affair at a time. If there'll be other events going on simultaneously in rooms close to yours, you may hear karaoke-loving guests singing their hearts out to the sounds of Madonna through the walls or meet them over the hot-air dryers in the bathroom. If this bothers you, try to schedule your wedding when there won't be another one next door. If this is impossible, visit the site on a dual-party night and see how the sound carries and whether there really are any major people problems before you make a decision.

Light can make—or break—the mood and the space. If you're marrying during the day, make sure your hall has plenty of windows. Who wants to spend six hours in a dark room when the sun is shining? If it's an evening affair, make sure the room's not too dim—or that the lighting can be controlled for the big entrance, dinner and dancing. If you're marrying outdoors, say, at dusk, will you be able to set up candles if necessary?

Visit the site at the same time of day that you've chosen for your wedding. Even if the space looks romantic by candlelight, you may be surprised by the sight of that outdated carpet during the day. You'll also miss a chance to see how sunlight streaming through floor-to-ceiling windows completely transforms the room, if you only check it out in the evening.

A Great View
What will your guests see when they walk into the room? Whether it's your city skyline, a stunning vista of rolling mountains or crashing waves, exceptional locations with a view are always a plus. If there's no view per se, look to a place's decor or architectural details: Artwork on the walls, fine Persian rugs on the floors, period furniture in the corners or an amazing crystal chandelier as the room's centerpiece all give your reception site that something extra.

The Right Color
If you're considering a certain theme and color palette for your party—say, a modern lounge-style cocktail party reception done in black and red—those dated antique drapes are really going to wreck the effect. The site doesn't have to be done in the exact colors as your planned decorations, but the walls, carpets, chairs and curtains shouldn't drastically clash or conflict with your party's mood or theme. If you want a spring wedding brunch, look for a space that has pastel colors or floral motifs. For a classic wedding, consider an elegant room done in neutrals or black and white.

Ample Outlets
Be sure to take a thorough cruise around the room to see if it has lots of power outlets—especially if you're partying in a place that's not a regular spot for hosting weddings. Your main user of outlets will be the entertainment crew, so take note of all the places where they'll be able to plug things in. If their location will force your DJ to spin records out of the bathroom (kidding, but you get the point), make sure he has plenty of extension cords.

Good Acoustics
If the place is too echoey, it could give some weird reverb to the band, not to mention make it difficult for guests to hear one another talking. A tile or wood floor will amplify sounds while a thick carpet will tend to muffle them. Check out the room's sound quality during an event and tailor your music to the venue too. A jazz combo will sound better at an intimate art gallery than a 14-piece orchestra would (not to mention the fact that it takes up less floor space).

Plenty of Parking
Make sure the site is near a good parking lot, garage or big, empty street where it's legal (and safe!) to park. If parking is a problem, look for other ways to get everyone to the party. Can a shuttle bus or vans take guests from the ceremony to the reception? Inadequate parking isn't necessarily a deal breaker, but it may mean spending more time and money to figure out a viable transportation alternative.

Plan B
While you might not even want to think about rain putting a damper on your outdoor wedding, you can't look at venues without considering an alternative plan of action should Mother Nature have other ideas. Figure out if there is an indoor space that you can use should the weather turn bad or if there is an option to set up an outdoor tent if an open-air celebration is what your heart is truly set on.


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