The most anticipated wedding of the year is already taking place, or what is the same, the wedding of Tamara Falcó and Íñigo Onieva it is finally taking place. We could say that it has been the wedding of the upper echelons of our celebrities with the most problems in recent years, but in the end, Tamara Falcó and Íñigo Onieva get married. And although to see the photographs and the looks of the couple and closest family we are going to have to wait until the exclusive millionaire of the Hello!Yes, we have been able to see some guests at the big wedding of the year. If in the post-wedding we already fell in love with the looks Vicky Martín Berrocal, Alejandra Onieva, Isabel Junot, Ana Boyer or Eugenia Martínez de Irujo, today they could not be less. And it is that the friends and family of Tamara Falcó and Íñigo Onieva have chosen tall outfits for the most anticipated wedding of the year in Spain. Good of the year, and of the last years. He dress code that the bride and groom have requested in the invitation is ‘formal attire’, an intermediate step between the cocktail dress code and the gala dress code. We will see if they all comply, although for now we know that Tamara Falcó yes, she will fulfill it with her two Carolina Herrera wedding dresses.
They have also been told that they should leave their mobile phones in a safe place while the ceremony lasts.. In the event that they have to use it, they can do so from a space reserved for such purposes, whenever necessary or in an emergency. So we will have to settle for the photographs at the entrance to El Rincón and what they have uploaded the guests to the wedding of Tamara Falcó and Íñigo Onievabefore entering the exclusive, in every way, wedding. At 7:00 p.m. the ceremony will be held, in which attendees are expected to come dressed in ‘formal attire’, halfway between the outfits cocktail and gala.
Alejandra Onieva in an Armani dress and Bulgari jewelry
Juan Avellaneda with a ‘total look’ from his firm
Vicky Martín Berrocal with an aqua green dress from her brand Victoria
Eugenia Martínez de Irujo in a medieval-inspired dress by Teresa Helbig
Cristina Pardo with an orange outfit by Alejandro de Miguel
Eugenia Silva in a 2016 Haute Couture design by Josep Font for Del Pozo
Isabel Preysler has arrived with a floral dress, although we do not believe that it is her final look
Nuria Roca in a sequin dress by Rotate Birger Christensen
Cristina Reyes, Tamara and Isabel’s stylist, in a floral print satin dress by Marcos Villafruela
Carolina Molas, without her Lorenzo Caprile dress, but with her godmother hairstyle
Casilda Final with an asymmetrical dress by Jantaminiau
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