Among the amusement and industrial parks that have mushroomed around the metro last year, the Philippine Arena got noticed the most. With its massive, intricate structure, you will never miss this colossal ground once you pass by North Luzon Expressway (NLEX). Tucked in a peri urban area in Bocaue, Bulacan towers the world’s largest arena and the largest mixed-use indoor theatre. Philippine Arena will not only be used to hold church gatherings for Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) members, but will also be used for multi-sport and concert events. With its world class design and architecture, however, we think that it could also be a decent backdrop for weddings.
A living testimony is that of Leo & Visia’s recent engagement shoot. The couple has not been outshone by the mammoth structure, but has gone well together. The backdrop helps to come up with equally decent photos. We commend the photographers and stylists for working on this. We feel like the couple had a wonderful and fun time.
Coron Island in Palawan lives up to what many people would say—it is a paradise. With its iridescent, emerald-green sea, vast garden of trees, and mystifying islands, you cannot get enough. Perhaps, you never will. It is a world class haven for vacation where thousands of locals and foreigners visit the island. With its majestic features, many people also consider this as a great location for weddings and as a honeymoon avenue.
There is more than a few beautiful resorts in Coron Island for couples celebrating their love, but we say Two Seasons Coron Island Resort and Spa stands out. This resort and spa seems like a paradise within a paradise with its elegant amenities and strategic location where waves dance with fine, white sands. There is also what they call a spiritual oasis where a church wedding can be held: the Chapel of St. John the Baptist. See the photos below and find out why this resort and spa is an idyllic backdrop for the dream wedding you want.