THE STORY OF VILLA MILAGROS
There’s something about VILLA MILAGROS that’s timeless. There are deep connections here. Originally a private residence and summer home, meticulously restored interiors honor the Villa’s heritage and thoughtful modern amenities make it one of the most unique wedding venues in the Philippines.
To find out why Villa Milagros is more than just a wedding venue, a place for prenup photoshoot, or a place for social gatherings, we go back in time. The Mansion and its gardens were a concrete symbol of love of a husband to his beloved wife.
Built between 1965 and 1969, The Mansion was a gift of Isidoro to his wife Ma. Milagros for their 35th wedding anniversary. Since they were from Rizal, they decided to build The Mansion in Rodriguez as a summer home for their large family. The couple had 11 children (three boys and eight girls) and over 34 grandchildren.
In 2015, the Liamzon family decided to restore this symbol of love to its former glory, adding more features to the already impressive Mansion to turn it into one of the best prenup locations and a wedding venues in the Philippines. In recent years, it has become a favorite venue for garden weddings, and for other intimate and large gatherings.
Despite the changes that have been made to the Mansion and its surroundings, Villa Milagros's identity remains firmly rooted as one still sees the things that Nanay Milagros and Tatay Isidoro loved in The Mansion: headboards and tables made by the House of Puyat, the furniture they themselves hand-picked in Europe, and the vintage Steinway grand piano on the second floor. Solid, hand-carved doors, decorated ceilings, brass and crystal chandeliers, and wrought iron window grills all transport you back to another time, another world. Each of the rooms, gardens and venues were named after their children as well.
These objects and architectural details are reminders of the Liamzon family's proud history as well as the wonderful memories that they created when they spent their summers and weekends at the Villa.
Villa Milagros has always been about family, heritage and getting together to celebrate milestones of all kinds. Now, it welcomes others who want to experience the the estate in the same spirit that the Liamzon family did.