Have a Pet-Friendly Wedding in Tagaytay

Have the dream wedding you’ve always wanted in Tagaytay– even a pet-friendly wedding should you so desire!

With all kinds of vendors and venues (yes, even those that give special accommodations to your furbabies!), you’ll have no shortage of suppliers who’d work to make your big day super special and extra memorable!

Have the dream wedding you've always wanted in Tagaytay! With all kinds of vendors and venues (yes, even pet-friendly ones!), you'll have no shortage of suppliers who'd work to make your big day super special and extra memorable! (Photo by @poldivina). #TagaytayWedding #GardenWedding #WeddinginTagaytay #GoldenRetrievers #DogsofTagaytay #TogetherinTagaytay #TagaytayLiving

(Photo by @poldivina). #TagaytayWedding #GardenWedding #WeddinginTagaytay #GoldenRetrievers #DogsofTagaytay #TogetherinTagaytay #TagaytayLiving

Wellsprings of Happy Memories From Town’s Delight

Everyone aspires to have his or her special celebration unfold with elegance, uniqueness and unparalleled perfection.

That’s the main reason why countless soon-to-wed couples, debutantes, and other jubilant celebrators choose the premium services dished out by Town’s Delight the Caterer’s highly professional and reliable teams in planning, organizing and holding our clients’ dream events.

Photo from the Town's Delight official website, from One Sky Lounge | Town's Delight on Tagaytay Living | www.TagaytayLiving.com

Photo from the Town’s Delight official website, from One Sky Lounge.

Be it a wedding, anniversary celebration, birthday or any other significant event, Town’s Delight’s clients are thrilled by the tastefully assembled event packages, masterful culinary artistry, venue set-up concepts & styling options, and unparalleled events services that meet varying preferences and budget allocations.

7 Tagaytay Wedding Caterers in One Event

Tagaytay Wedding Tip: instead of setting separate food tasting appointments with different caterers, why not stop by “Savour: The Ultimate Taste Fest of Metro Tagaytay” instead?

You’ve got seven of the country’s greatest catering companies in one event: Bizu Catering Studio, Hizon’s Catering, Josiah’s Catering, Juan Carlo the Caterer, K by Cunanan Catering, Richgold Weddings, and Town’s Delight the Caterer all gathered at the Alta Veranda de Tibig on Sunday, June 11, 2017.

“Savour: The Ultimate Taste Fest of Metro Tagaytay” is organized by The PEAK – Tagaytay Wedding Vendors Association.  For inquiries and more details, call +63 917 536.1812.

#WeddinginTagaytay #WeddingsinTagaytay #BizuCateringStudio #KbyCunanan #HizonsCatering #JosiahsCatering #JuanCarloCatering #TownsDelight #RichgoldWeddings #TagaytayWeddings #TagaytayWedding #TagaytayWeddingTips #TagaytayEvents #TagaytayLiving

Crew Meals From D’Packed Meal

Tagaytay Wedding Tip: when planning a wedding in Tagaytay, you might want to consider getting crew meals from D’Packed Meal, with a variety of viands to choose from, generous servings of rice, your choice of atsara or polvoron, and bottled water.

Tagaytay Wedding Tip: when planning a #WeddinginTagaytay, you might want to consider getting crew meals from D'Packed Meal, with a variety of viands to choose from, generous servings of rice, your choice of atsara or polvoron, and bottled water. Also great for corporate functions, family gatherings, and other events. #TagaytayBased #WeddingSupplier #CrewMeals #CrewMealsTagaytay #WeddingsinTagaytay #TagaytayWeddingTips #TagaytayEvents #TagaytayLiving

Also great for corporate functions, family gatherings, and other events.

Featured Caterer: Town’s Delight of Metro Tagaytay

One of our seven featured catering companies at the highly-anticipated grand food tasting on Independence Day weekend is Metro Tagaytay’s very own Town’s Delight The Caterer.


One of the most active and most successful catering companies in Metro Tagaytay is Town’s Delight the Caterer. As a business, Town’s Delight is not just well-respected, but also serves as an inspiration for many Tagaytay-based wedding suppliers.

You can read more about Town’s Delight The Caterer on Tagaytay Living here.

Keep the Party Going with a Mobile Bar

Tagaytay Wedding Tip: keep the party going with a mobile bar.

Bottoms Up is a mobile bar service that lets you party anywhere. Great for parties, showers, and corporate events too!

Tagaytay Wedding Tip: keep the party going with a mobile bar. Bottoms Up is a mobile bar service that lets you party anywhere. Great for parties, showers, and corporate events too! (Photo from @hirebottomsup). #PartyAnywhere #HireBottomsUp #TagaytayWeddings #TagaytayWedding #TagaytayWeddingTips #WeddingsinTagaytay #TagaytayEvents #TagaytayLiving

(Photo from @hirebottomsup). #PartyAnywhere #HireBottomsUp #TagaytayWeddings #TagaytayWedding #TagaytayWeddingTips #WeddingsinTagaytay #TagaytayEvents #TagaytayLiving

3 Practical Wedding Tips You Won’t Get From a Wedding Magazine

Good advice: you can never have too much of ’em, especially so on the day of your dream wedding in Tagaytay.

Chances are, you’ve already read articles (and listicles) on all sorts of wedding tips, but we’ve been to a lot of weddings/wedding receptions in Tagaytay ourselves, and we’ll tell you this– as great things are on your big day, there might be a few things that would slip your mind after all the guests have gone home.

So, ladies and gentlemen, Tagaytay soon-to-weds, here are three practical wedding tips you probably won’t be getting from wedding magazines:

1. Everyone makes a list of things to pack, but Offbeat Brides should also make a list of things to bring back.

Have you spent hours creating those programmes/fans? Did you create your own photo booth? Have you hand-crafted several ornate decorations that you plan to hang onto for several years? You’d be amazed at what people leave on site and forget to collect, simply because they think someone else has arranged to bring these keepsakes back.

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That DIY backdrop just isn’t going to pack itself up, you know? Make a checklist of all the props and styling elements you need to take home with you from the wedding venue, and assign someone to take care of that list when the event is done. Taken at Hillcreek Gardens, by Sofia’s Cakes Tagaytay-Amadeo Road.

Very often these things aren’t noticed until you come back from honeymoon, in which case the venue may have unwittingly thrown them out. The best way to circumvent this is to not only give your bridal party a list of things you must have back from the venue, but make sure the venue coordinator has a list of this as well. That way, if anything gets lost in the shuffle your venue coordinator will know to hang onto it for you until you get back from honeymoon, or can make other arrangements for delivery.

2. When it’s all over, remember to thank your vendors… publicly.

If you really love your vendor, one of the greatest gifts you can give them is to… write something that could sway couples to call that company.

Like most Tribesmaids, I’ve had a little love-in with nearly all my vendors. I simple cannot believe that they’ve taken some sketchy brief and come back with designs, flowers, decorations, etc., that completely surpassed my expectations. After the wedding I wrote each one an incredibly detailed thank you as I wanted them to be able to use my comments as a testimonial to share with other brides and grooms.

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Sending them “Thank You” cards/gifts, and thanking them in person is all great, but if you really want to thank your wedding suppliers (if you feel they did an awesome job for your big day!), thank them in public– at your wedding reception, on social media, or even better– write up a nice testimonial for them! Photo by Mike+Mai Photography, taken at Moon Garden/Lily Pond in Tagaytay.

If you really love your vendor, one of the greatest gifts you can give them is not just a letter of profuse thanks, but to also take it upon yourself to find a public site that rates said vendor and write something that could sway couples to call that company. I know it’s not really in our job descriptions to act as their marketing departments. But as so many of them went out of their way for me, I am genuinely moved to want to make a difference to their business.

3. Assign someone you trust to download as many photos as possible before your guests leave the party.

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Whether you choose to assign a hashtag, assign a group album online, or assign someone with a laptop and a card reader to copy all those wedding photos, it’s nice to have a copy of every little shot of every little thing that happened on your big day.

All of us already know that one of the great thing about weddings today is that almost everyone brings a digital camera. And although many of us also hire professional photographers, we still would like copies of the photos our guests have taken.

The best way to expedite this process is to brief someone who is a trusted friend to be your photo catcher. Their job is to download as many memory sticks as possible onto a designated laptop before your guests leave. If you catch people right then and there you have a much better chance of getting all the images you’d like and without the hassle of chasing them down later.

You’ll probably also have the best luck getting images if your photo catcher is NOT in the wedding party. We asked my dad to take on this role, but as a member of the wedding party he got waylaid with other duties at the time.

Need More Tips?

So much more from where that came from! You can find these exact same tips, and more from this post on The Offbeat Bride.

The Offbeat Bride, one of our favorite wedding websites for all sorts of uncommon advice and awesome inspiration.

The Offbeat Bride, one of our favorite wedding websites for all sorts of uncommon advice and awesome inspiration.

The Offbeat Bride is, hands down, one of our favorite wedding websites, with tons of good advice for soon-to-wed couples (whether you’re getting married in Tagaytay or some other place), and even for wedding vendors and wedding planners.  Check them out at www.offbeatbride.com.

Photos from Sofia’s Cakes Tagaytay-Amadeo Road.