Archbishop's Palace Chapel is the perfect spot for small and very intimate weddings considering its size and also the quiet setting inside the Archbishop's compound along the uptown portion of D. Jakosalem Street.
How much do I have to pay to get married here? The flat rate is P7,000 without any inclusions.
Sacred Heart Parish the popular neighbor of the Archbishop's Palace is also one of the top picks for wedding churches in the metropolis. Founded by the Jesuit, it is popular for the Filipino-Chinese families who celebrate their weddings in this church. It is alsothe costliest church to get married in. however, the large parking and picture perfect setting is worth the dough.
How much do I have to pay to get married here? From Monday to Friday, the rate is at P8,500; Saturdays are at P10,00; while Sunday weddings are at P25,000. however, the cost already includes church and car décor and the fee for two pairs of principal sponsors.
Redemptorist Church boasts its grand appearance inside and out; including its splendid altar, making it one of the most popular wedding churches in the metropolis. If you are planning on inviting more than a hundred guests, this church will sure accommodate all of them with its recent renovation. If you also choose to take a long walk to the altar, this is also the best choice. Aside from the wide parking, it is also accessible to motorists being just a few meters away from Mango Avenue.
How much do I have to pay to get married here? For parishioners, the rate is at P3,000 while non parishioners have to pay P4,000. They will also ask you for a non-refundable reservation fee.
Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral is the choice for those who want to get married with the feel of the 1800?s. Right in the downtown Pari-an area, this cathedral boasts its century-old columns that tell much of our history. This is the wedding place when you want to get a mix of romance and history.
How much do I have to pay to get married here? It is strongly suggested that you visit the Metropolitan Cathedral convent and directly inquire regarding the fees and schedules.
St. Therese Parish Church located on the quiet neighborhood in Lahug, this church is a popular spot for mid-size weddings as it is not that big nor not too small either. There is ample lighting that make good photographs for early afternoon weddings.
How much do I have to pay to get married here? Wedding rates are P3,000 for parishioners while P4,000 for non-parishioners and a P1,300 reservations fee should be paid in advance.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish is where the famed miraculous stream flows from the caves underneath its floors. This church will satisfy the yearning of the bride who wishes to take a long walk to the altar.
How much do I have to pay to get married here? Wedding rates are P3,500 for non-parishioners. In order to get a secure slot for your wedding, you need to reserve at least 2 months before the wedding and if your budget permits, the parish would greatly appreciate if you can make a small advance payment.
Alliance of Two Hearts Parish would make a good venue for a simple and quiet medium-sized wedding. But the catch in this church is the gentle breeze that fills the church the whole day as it is located along the slope of Horseshoe Drive in Banawa.
How much do I have to pay to get married there? The standard wedding payment is P4,000 irregardless if the couple to be wed are parishioners or not. The amount already includes the readers, the psalmist and the singer.
Our Lady of Lourdes Parish situated on the busy intersection in Punta Princessa, is an architectural spectacle that was designed to resemble the Lourdes grotto in France.How much do I have to pay to get married there? Rates for parishioners are P2,500 and P3,000 for non parishioners.
Capitol Parish situated along the busy Escario Street, you need a perfect timing to avoid the heav traffic that flow through this uptown main thoroughfare. Look out for rush hours that occur late in the morning and also sometime late in the afternoon.
How much do I have to pay to get married there? Wedding rates for parishioners are P3,000 and P4,000 for non parishioners. And just as the heavy traffic that flows on the street infront of the church, weddings and other services are also of heavy traffic so it is highly recommended by the parish that you pay in full in order to block the date for your wedding day.
St. Joseph Parish - Mandaue is one of the historical landmarks located on the heart of this city on the northern part of the metropolis. Ravaged by fire a few years ago, the church is now fully restored and is back to its old glory of looking good in pictures.
How much do I have to pay to get married there? Wedding fees is at P4,000 irregardless of being parishioner or not. The church however has limited the length of wedding to one and a half hours.
Sto. Niño Parish - Lapu-lapu City sitting atop the old Mactan harbor will make a good wedding spot for those residing in the island of Mactan. It is very accessible for residents as it is right in the middle of the city adjacent to main thoroughfares at the Lapu-lapu downtown area.
How much do I have to pay to get married there? For parishioners, wedding fee is a P1,500 while the parish will charge P2,000 for non-parishioners. It is however only for the church fee and the priest as the parish will charge extra for sponsors, decorators and videographers.
Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage - Mactan Air Base is a good place to get married if you both want a solemn and intimate wedding. Located inside the Mactan Air Base, exclusivity and intimacy is guaranteed.
How much do I have to pay to get married here? The parish priest suggests that you personally come to the chapel in order to get information on the fees and the schedules.