City weddings are a huge hit these days, especially among couples who have very busy lifestyles. Instead of getting married somewhere far from the Metro, they simply look for lovely venues here which could help them save a lot of time and energy.
Located within the MOA Complex in Pasay City, Casa Ibarra is a modern Filipino-inspired venue adorned with indigenous materials like capiz shells, raffia fabric, and T’nalak. Therefore, it pays homage to our rich identity and culture as Pinoys.
Its familiar aesthetics and architectural design also give a homey feel, making it an ideal location for couples who want to celebrate their marriage while also cherishing their roots.
But of course, the entire venue remains versatile despite these accents. This means that couples are free to jazz it up the way they imagined, recreating the space into whatever they imagined it to be. After all, nothing can go wrong with styling that’s properly and tastefully done.
Another thing couples should also feel excited for is Casa Ibarra‘s open area that is perfect for intimate wedding ceremonies.
Indeed, it is a dream come true for soon-to-weds who have been planning to have a wedding in the city.
(All photos are from Casa Ibarra)