Price: around P125,000 for 300 guests (+10% buffer)
Inclusions: 3-layer fondant light cake, upgraded backdrop and the menu was actually upgraded also, bouquets (bride, entourage, offertory, throw away and car), party poppers, bubble machine (which we used also sa church), doves; and venue set-up and flower arrangements from the stairs up the hall (they have their own event stylists, not just flower suppliers), tiffany chairs for the presidential tables, guest book among others
Menu: Nachos with dip and baked tahong as appetizer, Chicken BBQ, Roast Beef, Carbonara, mixed veggies (+ one more which I forgot na) for the main course, buko pandan for dessert, soup for PS, macaroni salad, bottomless drinks
Sobrang sulit po ang Delica. Thanks to Aiza and Ding, sobra. Because we booked them during bridal fair in Mega, they gave us a lot of freebies and add-ons. First, we booked only for the P380 per head menu, but they upgraded it to P510 menu with free soup and dedicated staff for the presidential table and for the elderly, free use of tiffany chairs for the presidential table, and upgraded backdrop. I think the basic backdrop is just the gazebo, but we wanted that water panel with tea lights backdrop they used during the fair so they upgraded it.
According to our guests (dahil hindi ko naman nalasahan nung time na yun yung food na sinerve samin hehehe..), sobrang ok daw nung food and sobrang dami ng serving. Mr & Mrs Delica were also very accommodating. They were both present sa event, overlooking things also. I like the centerpiece very much too. Its not very common, unlike yung usual simple flowers lang. I think its also a conversation piece and I think some of my friends took pictures of that because they like it as well, hindi nga lang maiuwi, hehehe.
Actually the package should’ve included bridal car and sound system (and ice carving, but I did not want that!) but we took off them from the list because we have a preferred car and we needed a complete mobile for the live band. Luckily taking those off from the list mean refund of a corresponding amount. Delica staff were also accommodating and very attentive to our needs. And they were kind enough to pack the excess lechon and divide it into two for the Davids and Marasigans. They also gave us the excess wine and our take out bags are still enough for one barangay’s dinner. Sobrang dami ng serving. Good thing, because we were able to share our “handa” to our neighbors who couldn’t make it to the event. The party poppers, I think was also an add-on. We were surprised that there were confettis and poppers during our entrance, which made it grand, hehe..