The wedding weekend of Sofía Sanchez Barrenechea and Alexandre de Betak were one for the books. Sofía sported several designer dresses for each event. The wedding was back in December on a deserted beach in Patagonia. White tie was the attire throughout the weekend, handing out Maison Michel flower crowns to guests as they arrived to the dockless beach.
The groom sported white tie and tails which was custom Berluti. The bride arrived on the bow of the wooden speedboat in her custom Valentino dress (that took 1,800 hours worth of bas-relief pearl and crystal embroidery). They later had a cumbia dance party, which took place in a barn in the lakeside town of Villa La Angostura, where the bride dawned (not one but two) Rodarte dresses. A floor skimming silk, tulle, and lace dress with winglike sleeves and silver-and-cream embroidered flowers, and the second a short feather-embroidered white lace-and-iridescent sequin frock.
The bride and groom returned to their house with the band and 30 or so friends and family at 8:30 am rest before the morning’s tango brunch. Despite a severe lack of sleep and a cumbia-induced sprained ankle, the bride looked stunning in a slinkly Anthony Vaccarello halter-neck dress. Ultimately, the wedding and weekend was filled with music, love, and fashion!
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