As the country adapts to the new normal following the nationwide quarantine, Palacio de Memoria is reopening its doors to couples who would like to tie the knot and spend the rest of lives together.
Palacio de Memoria is now accepting reservations for intimate civil wedding ceremonies, receptions, and pre-nuptial photo shoots. The resplendent Lhuillier-managed estate features a luxuriously restored pre-war mansion which houses the family’s unrivaled curated collection of Euro-Filipino art pieces, making it the perfect place for couples looking to celebrate their love.
Couples can have a fun intimate affair at various locations on the Palacio de Memoria estate. After the ceremony, the newlyweds and their loved ones can enjoy a private dinner at a special dining hall at the ground floor of the mansion. The couple may also opt to set up their dining area at the Los Tamaraos Ballroom, style it to their liking, and dine under an impressive Murano chandelier. For the bride and groom who love the outdoors, they can also dance the night away at the Loggia by the garden.
The Palacio de Memoria will also soon open its chapel for traditional nuptial masses.
In addition, Palacio de Memoria has other opulent amenities that can make the entire love affair — weddings, receptions, and even photo shoots — more memorable. These include the Mosphil Lounge, a passenger plane refitted to be an enjoyable lounge for special occasions; the Bridal Suite where brides and their bridesmaids can prepare for the ceremony; the Bunker Bar at the top floor for drinks and conversations; and picturesque scenes of the Back Garden perfect for wedding photos.
To help ensure the health of all couples and guests, Palacio de Memoria is implementing strict safety measures. With these and Palacio’s alluring well-appointed amenities, everyone can enjoy the precious moments full of love and happiness.