A black cloud fell upon Michael Buble’s white wedding day. While the Canadian singer and his new wife, Luisana Lopilato, were saying I Do, burglars were raiding the couple’s home in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The thieves disabled Buble’s alarm system and covered up security cameras. And since it all went down on the couple’s wedding day, it appears this was a pre-planned, well-orchestrated robbery job. Now, exactly what or how much was taken from Buble’s home remains a mystery, and the singer’s blushing bride refused to let the thieves rain on her parade. When learning about the break-in, Lopilato told reporters, ‘I will not let this ruin the happiest day of my life.’
So now, let’s dish on the happiest day of Luisana’s life! And actually, it wasn’t just a day… it was a full wedding weekend! The couple started with a private civil ceremony on Friday, and followed that up with a traditional religious wedding ceremony and blowout reception (with 300 guests) on Saturday. Here are some details about Buble’s wedding extravaganza—
The bride wore three dresses… Buble and Lopilato first tied the knot in a simple civil ceremony. And while a casual wedding dress is expected for this type of affair, Buble’s bride made a unique choice. She donned a lilac minidress featuring a lovely pleated skirt, and paired the frock with silver bridal heels. Argentinian designer, Sylvie Burstin, designed a whimsical multi-layered wedding dress that Luisana wore for the religious wedding ceremony, and when it was time to party down at the reception, the blushing bride changed into a gorgeous gown by Marchesa.
Michael Buble was a dapper groom in a tailored suit by DSquared, and he surprised his bride with an extra special wedding gift. He wrote a song just for her (entitled 'Haven't Met You Yet’), and belted it out during the wedding reception. For their first dance as husband and wife, the couple chose ‘Everybody Loves Somebody’ by Dean Martin.