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  2017 EVENTS

Blue Gardens' Chateau Hall Newly Renovated

Blue Garden's Newest Venue: 

Both Venues Now Completed to Serve Our Growing Clientele

  • New Car Park Building Now in Progress
  • A New and Bigger Chateau Hall now completed
  • Lower Garden Patio now completed
  • Ramp for Persons With Disability now completely operational at the Garden Venue
  • Garden Venue Extension now completed to accommodate over 200 guests
  • Shabby Chic Lounges for Ladies and Gents now completed
  • More exciting surprise venue beautification now in progress to serve our valued clients better

Pre-Marital Counseling Sessions

For Details Please Inquire At

Christ's Commission Fellowship
St.Francis, Ortigas Center

Tel. (+632) 866-9900

Admission: FREE!


Beautiful English gardens are an absolute favorite tourist attraction in Europe. There’s something so wildly romantic yet stately about an English garden that reminds one of Kings and castles. It was a wonderful surprise then to find an English garden right in the heart of Metro Manila.Blue Gardens is located in Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City, just a few minutes away from St. Peter’s Cathedral. And because of its very convenient location, you no longer have to worry about incurring the extra cost that comes with holding a garden wedding or an out of town event.

Blue Gardens captures the Old World charm and natural beauty of an English garden. The stone wall entrance gate has magnificent ornate carvings, a fish fountain, and pillars reminiscent of 17th Century Chateau de Brecy’s monumental gate in Normandy—a fitting dramatic first impression of the garden.

Upon entering the garden’s grounds, one is transported to another world. The landscape is filled with blooming flowers of every color and shape.A cobblestone path, which is framed by a lush arbor filled with violet flowering vines, leads to a majestic white gazebo inspired by Castle Versailles of France.

bubbling fountain soothes the soul while the formal garden is softened by elements like charming bird houses, stained glass bottles and white lattices covered with vines.

The garden is also a sanctuary to many wild migratory birds and butterflies. The butterflies and birds constantly feed on the nectar and seeds of the flowers.

Adjacent to the garden is a European-inspired Chateau. Its lobby opens to a grand gold-gilded mirror and chandelier.

ut it’s the main hall that really impresses.It has all-white pristine interiors, Greek pillars wrapped with flowering silk vines, big French windows, a chandelier, and a stage with a panoramic view of the lush garden.The Chateau also has a multipurpose lobby. A smaller hall is also available for more intimate affairs of 100 guests or less.

Are butterflies fluttering about in the bride’s stomach? She can soothe her frazzled nerves, together with her Maids-In-Waiting, in an air-conditioned bridal room with a bed, sofa, vanity table and private shower and toilet.

We also have our cozy zen-inspired Groom's Room.

And as a token of an incredible event, Blue Gardens also offers an assortment of beautiful plants and flowers as wedding or event giveaways in keeping with the garden theme. Prices of plants are from P35 up. Guests will surely be thrilled to receive a flourishing plant that they can use to beautify their homes.

It is our goal and commitment to provide our guests with a beautiful and elegant venue at a very economical cost. We make sure that your day will be remembered for its fine memories, not the staggering expense that went along with it.

With our very affordable but classy Worry-Free Packages, you need not drain your hard-earned finances.

We encourage you to visit us soon so that you may personally enjoy the beauty of the venue and have your free food tasting during one of our actual events.

Feel free to call us during our office hours (10 AM to 5 PM, Tuesdays to Saturdays and 11AM to 5PM on Sundays) at (632) 4305982 or (632) 9311628 so we may answer your questions and for you to schedule your free food tasting with any of our accredited caterers.

We hope Blue Gardens can be a part in creating your special memories. See you soon!

"He who finds a wife finds what is good and receives favor from the LORD."- Proverbs 18:22 



Our Very Own Camilla Kim-Galvez 
 Made It to theTen Pinay Pride of 2009

From WikiPilipinas: The Hip 'n Free Philippine Encyclopedia

Filipina women are known for their strength in character, dedication to work and resilience. It is no surprise that Filipinas are able to shine in almost any field they enter, whether it be the sciences, humanitarian work, entertainment, writing, politics or a beauty and brains competition. For 2009 here is a list of the women voted as the 10 Pinay Pride of 2009.

1. Lourdes Cruz – 2010 L’Oreal-UNESCO Awards in the Life Sciences

Lourdes J. Cruz is representing the Asia-Pacific as L’ORÉAL-UNESCO’s 2010 L’ORÉAL-UNESCO Awardee in the Life Sciences. She is a professor at the University of the Philippines’ Marine Science Institute in Diliman and is being recognized as one of five exceptional woman scientists for having discovered marine snail toxins that can serve as powerful tools to study the brain function.

2. Rosalind Wee - Award as Pearl S. Buck’s Woman of the Year

Rosalind Wee is a Filipino-Chinese social advocate from Jolo recognized as the 2009 recipient of the Pearl S. Buck International Award as Woman of the Year. Though legally blind, after a brain tumor operation left her with only 25% vision in both eyes, she has lead relief missions for children displaced by calamity and conflicts around the Philippines. She has developed livelihood programs for women and was key in leading the turnaround of the Pearl S. Buck Philippine office. She is recognized for her exceptional commitment to the health, education, and psychosocial development of many Amerasians and displaced children.

3. Irene K. Yusingco - 2009 Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Award

Irene K. Yusingco was bestowed the 2009 Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Award in August 2009 and now joins the list of outstanding Filipino humanitarians in the Philippines. Yusingco was chosen in recognition of her dedication to address the needs of the less fortunate. Her humble home in Cebu City has been an open home for the abused, less fortunate and the homeless.

4. Mary Anne Therese Manuson - ASEAN Essay Writing Title

Mary Anne Therese Manuson of the Philippines won the ASEAN Essay Writing Competition Top Prize. Mary won at the AEC Feature Articles Competition on “Opportunities through Integration”, aimed at raising the awareness of the benefits provided by economic integration.

5. Camilla Kim-Galvez - Mrs. Universe 2009 runner-up

Camilla Kim-Galvez was the only Asian at the top 3 slots in the Mrs. Universe 2009 competition. She won Best in Evening Gown and was awarded the Darling of the Press, winning the hearts of the audience by singing a Latvian song. Galvez is an image model and is the CEO of a wedding and events venue in the Philippines, Blue Gardens Venue. She has been involved in helping abused children when she worked at ABS-CBN’s Bantay Bata Foundation.

6. Sandra Seifert - Miss Air (1st Runner-up)

Sandra Seifert from the Philippines was crowned Miss Air, 1st Runner-up in the 2009 Miss Earth coronation night. Sandra was born in Taipei but is of mixed German and Filipina descent. She is a nurse from Bacolod who was educated in New York and represented her country as Miss Philippines Earth 2009.

7. Candy Quimpo Gourlay - global deal with UK publishing giant

Candy Quimpo Gourlay, a former journalist for the Philippine Daily Inquirer successfully sold her novel, Tall Story that uses the Bernardo Carpio legend and other Philippine folklore, to David Fickling Books (DFB), a UK publishing giant. Candy, who now resides in London, chose to give Pinoy publisher, Ramon Sunico, Philippine publication rights. She preferred a Filipino to bring her writing to the Philippines to inspire the young Filipinos interested in Philippine Young Adult literature to pursue their dreams.

8. Marife Necesito – Hollywood break

Marife Necesito is a film, and stage actress who has played small roles even on television productions in the Philippines. Her biggest break was when she was cast to play a significant role in the 2009 Swedish fiction film, Mammoth that stars American actress Michelle Williams and Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal.

9. Mable Elmore - First Filipina to be elected to the British Columbia legislative assembly

Mable Elmore is the first Filipina woman elected to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, as a New Democratic Member in the 2009 provincial elections. She represented Vancouver-Kensington. Before being elected, she was a bus driver with TransLink and was an active activist in the employee union.

10.Gina Pareño - Best Supporting Actress plum at the 3rd Asian Film Awards

Gina Pareño has remained to be one of the most talented and awarded Filipina actresses. She continues to win top international acting awards. Her latest is for her performance in “Serbis,” where she won as Best Supporting Actress at the 3rd Asian Film Awards in Hong Kong.



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