Getting Married with a Dutch national is a bit hard. First, the Civil registral office of the city is requiring you to get a Legal capacity to Marry from the DUTCH Embassy. Requirements includes the ff:
LEGAL CAPACITY TO CONTRACT MARRIAGE
To apply for a "Legal Capacity to Contract Marriage" both parties must present the following original documents to this Embassy between 10.00 hrs.- 12.00 hrs., Monday to Thursday (except holidays). The chancery fees should be paid at the time of application for Legal Capacity.
The Philippine party needs to bring:
The Dutch party needs to bring:
After getting that, You and Your Partner should Apply for the Marriage license at the City Registral Office and you have to wait for 10 Working days for the posting of it. Within that days, you have to do the Pre-Nuptial Seminar to be held at the City Health Office. But you can ask the City registral about the Seminar for Foreigners, they are exempted on some of it.
When you already have the Marriage license, you can go on any courts to get married. They Require other papers too, go and ask them first.
If you want it to be a church Wedding, go to the parish Church and ask what do they require on the Foreign Nationals.
Keep asking.. Its not as difficult as what you think.