AS WE GEAR UP FOR ALL the weddings lined up for 2014, each one of them promising to be unique and memorable. we'd like to share some of the ideas we liked most from the wedding receptions we hosted last year.
HOLY WEEK IN SAN PABLO (Laguna) is an unforgettable experience of pageantry, piety, and family traditions. If you are spending Holy Week with us, Casa San Pablo (Laguna) highly recommend the following activities:
WE'RE OFFERING ON-THE-SPOT discounted rates on all our wedding packages this weekend at the Themes & Motifs' Wedding Expo at SMX. You will be amazed by our worry-free packages that take a load off your to-do list and give you some maneuver room on your budget. We will be there to personally take you through options for an intimate country wedding.
THE LAST OF THE BALMY February winds lingered for the mid-afternoon garden wedding ceremony of Becca and Marvin. They had their Christian wedding at the Casa San Pablo garden gazebo surrounded by a gathering of friends and family. They came in roaring Twenties style, glitzy vintage, with splashes of red, putting everyone in a party mood.
EVERYBODY SHOULD GET involved in making sure that our planet stays green. This is what Casa San Pablo junior innkeeper, Diego Alcantara, believes. He has launched a waste segregation campaign for staff and guests of Casa San Pablo. The idea is to get everyone involved in making sure that trash don't end up in land fills that could pollute our surroundings, our rivers, and even the air.
CASA SAN PABLO was chosen as a pit stop for the third stage of the first international edition of Ronda Pilipinas, a bike race that took local and foreign bike teams on a 14-stage,16-day punishing ordeal through 1,776 kilometers across the Philippines. They arrived at San Pablo City at the end of their second day from Tagaytay.