In 2018 at the Viña del Mar Festival, Magui never expected for Marcelo to propose to her in front of millions of people on live television. That night, however, marked the beginning of the fairytale of Magui and Marcelo, now husband and wife. Marcelo is from Italy, while Magui is from Argentina - together they live in Santiago, Chile. In all of their travels together, they left their hearts in Puglia, in the magical city of Ostuni. It wasn't until 2022 - and after the joyful addition of a new family member - that they could finally say "I do." It came as no surprise that the stylish couple chose a luxury masseria in Ostuni with the sea as their backdrop and a catwalk of palm trees that added dreamy tropical vibes.
Keep scrolling to see the to-die-for photography of this incredible day at Dolce Vita Beach Ostuni by Alberto Gobbato, featuring florals by L'Olmocolmo Michele Zaurino, planning and stationery by Mia Decor, and the bride's dress by Eduardo Ignacio Cerda. Click here, also, to check out even more in the full gallery of photos, also linked at the bottom of this page!
Magui chose an elegant white wedding dress with intricate details, while Marcelo - on the other hand - went for a classic Italian look, adding his own touch by wearing a tailor-made white suit. He wore a unique pair of shoes with their initials "M&M" alongside their wedding date. The couple's sense of style really resonated when they changed into their evening clothes, however. Marcelo changed into a black tuxedo, while Magui changed into a gold, romantic dress adorned with flowers and glitter. Their outfit changes were perfect to hit the night in and celebrate with their first dance.
Because the natural setting didn’t need many embellishments, the flowers were kept simple using big palm leaves, anthurium, garofani, and astilbe. The florist essentially created an Ibiza lounge style at the edge of the sea. The stationary was inspired by the minimalist, elegant style that accompanies white and warm tones of the masseria with small palm leaf logos and calligraphy details.
Because their guests were coming from Italy and Chile, their reception buffet served homemade Apulian products and delicious Asado Argentinian food options. The whole event looked like it was practically out of a movie scene. As the sun set, the couple hurried with their photographer to stunning cliffs to get their absolutely to-die-for sunset shots. It was beyond perfection!
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