Record-Breaking Wedding In Baguio
The City of Pines has always been one of the top tourist destinations here in the Philippines. Both local and foreign travelers flock to the cool city of Baguio to get away from the tropical heat. The city’s temperature ranges from 15 to 26 degrees Celsius and it is almost always 8 degrees Celsius lower than the temperature in any other place in the entire country. Baguio is the coolest place during the hot summer days in the Philippines – making it truly the “The Summer Capital of the Philippines.” Aside from this cool fact, Baguio also boasts of its rich cultural heritage and attractive tourist spots, which make the city a great wedding destination and a perfect honeymoon getaway.
A Perfect Destination Wedding
Visiting Baguio for the couple’s wedding guests and families will also not be a bore. The city offers a lot of things to do and places to visit. Couples, together with their families and wedding guests, can enjoy the beautiful Baguio outdoors through the festivals and other celebrations that showcase the cultural heritage of the city, one of which is the famous Panagbenga Festival, Baguio City’s Flower Festival. Other celebrations include Baguio’s Foundation Day, Baguio Arts Festival, Silahis ng Pasko, and many more. Aside from these festivities, soon-to-wed couples can also take pleasure in the attractive Baguio tourist spots like the strawberry fields, Camp John Hay, Burnham Park, Mines View Park, the Baguio Cathedral, and the Lourdes Grotto, to name a few. These and activities like horseback riding, golfing, and sightseeing, among others, surely won’t let couples down. The stunningly beautiful and captivating scenery of the city brings couples delight and is perfect for a romantic and intimate dream wedding.
The Home of Record-breakers
The City of Pines, which was bruited to be the place where the wedding of Robin Padilla and Mariel took place, set the record in 2004 for its presentation of the “Longest Raisin Bread”. In 2005, the city showcased the carved “Ice Castles”. In 2006, the “Longest Baguio Original Longganisa” was paraded and the “Largest Wedding Cake” was baked in 2007. Baguio City set a record yet again last 2009 for “Baguio’s Largest Pizza” and just last year for the “Largest Pasta Bowl”.
So, if you want your wedding to also set a record, worry not because the City boasts of Baguio wedding suppliers that can make your record-breaking dream wedding a reality. If you do not want the hassle of planning your out-of-town wedding in Baguio, I Do in Baguio and other Baguio wedding planners can do the wedding planning for you.
What else can you ask for? Baguio City is truly all set to give you your record-breaking dream wedding. Thus, you can never say “No” to a Baguio wedding.
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