5 Beautiful Churches for Weddings

June marks the start of many things: the beginning of rainfall, the end of summer, and the swell of weddings.


Yes, June brides are very much a thing, with wedding invitations swooping in left and right.

Whether you’re tying the knot soon or just looking through the list, these beautiful chapels are definitely worth the visit. We’ve compiled some of the most picturesque churches in the Philippines that are sure to make the exchange of vows even more memorable.

5. San Agustin Church, Intramuros, Manila

The interiors of the San Agustin Church

A wedding held at the San Agustin Church, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, makes for a special one. With its stunning Spanish-era architecture, this cathedral, surrounded by cobblestone streets provides for an elegant and solemn ceremony.

4. Caleruega Chapel, Nasugbu, Batangas

Caleruega tagaytay

This red-brick chapel on a hill surrounded by trees and flowers is a popular choice for weddings, and it’s not hard to see why. Caleruega Chapel offers a romantic and rusting setting, and its size is perfect for an intimate guest list.

3. Tukon Church or Mt. Carmel Chapel, Batanes

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Batanes is one of the most breathtaking places for a destination wedding, and the Tukon Church or Mt. Carmel Chapel is a beautiful venue, with its exterior inspired by traditional Ivatan stone houses. The church also overlooks sprawling hills and mountains, ideal for a dream-like wedding getaway.

2. Callao Cave Chapel, Tuguegarao


We absolutely fell in love with this venue after the scene in The Mistress where John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo’s characters imagine themselves walking down the aisle in the Callao Cave Chapel. Your guests would definitely have a memorable experience in this venue that just exudes an otherworldly ambiance: the altar is made up of natural rock formations.

1. Manila Cathedral, Intramuros, Manila

Visita Iglesia Manila Cathedral

For a palatial wedding venue, the Minor Basilica and Metropolitan Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, or simply the Manila Cathedral, is the perfect backdrop to classic nuptials. This Manila basilica is where Pope Francis I also celebrated his first Papal Mass in the country.

Have you been to any of these churches? What was the most memorable wedding you’ve attended? Share your thoughts with us!