When I walked up the Wine Bar 1771 in El Pueblo, I thought it would be nice to walk down the aisle and welcome guests in a cozy reception area set up in the Wine Bar 1771.
Anyway, the set-up was not actually done when I arrived. Jay and Jen of Flower Power were still doing finishing display. It is a Christian wedding and Jen shared that the couple loves wine – which explains the wine bottle displays in every table – that is the first thing I noticed. The table set-up and beautiful flower arrangement.
Bricks and wood. My friend told me he wants his house to be built with these materials – because it is homey, and relaxed. I always want something modern and simple, but being surrounded with wooden furniture, old antique pieces and brick walls, why do I feel a sense of romance? I am loving it.
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When the groom finally arrived, he was so surprised and overwhelmed with the venue. We were certain the bride would be more than happy. You know girls always have that tendency to swoon.
We went down to give the family a little privacy, it was time that the Bride has arrived. We, on the other hand also got to taste the nice food offerings from Wine Bar 1771 for their Wedding Package.
You may consider booking a reception in Wine Bar 1771, and work with Flower Power Team (Jay and Jen) for the styling and flower arrangement. Wine Bar 1771 offers wedding food packages and the one that is featured here is worth Php1,699 + (10% service charge). Still a lot cheaper than booking in a hotel. What’s nice, you can make the venue more intimate. It can accommodate up to 40 to 100 guests. Will post the details of the Flower Power Team once I get it (unfortunately, they missed to bring business cards that day!)
The Wine Bar 1771
2F Cafe 1771, El Pueblo Real de Manila,
cor. J. Vargas & ADB. Ave, Ortigas Center, Pasig City