Marta and Kiko said “yes, I do” this Friday 2nd June at the Basílica de San Miguel in Madrid. The couple managed to gather more than 240 guests at a ceremony where no luxury was missing and where there were more than one surprise. Presenter Kiko Matamoros arrived very punctually to the religious ceremony with his godmother, his daughter Laura Matamoros. In a video, the young woman explained how she felt before accompanying her father on his most special day: “I have a lot of respect for taking my father to the altar” and revealed that she had not found out that there was a very specific “dress code”: wear two dresses. A very special detail occurred on the arrival of Marta López Álamo to the basilica, where her friends made the “symbol of strength, like, finally you got it”, according to Nuria Marín. The presenter also indicated that the model’s reaction was to laugh, to “trick the brain because she couldn’t help but cry”. Diego Matamoros (who arrived late) gave a speech during the wedding in which he highlighted the impact that Marta had had on the collaborator’s life, since she was the one who managed to reconcile them. The guests and the bride and groom were also moved by the gesture of Matías, the eldest son of Laura, who was in charge of delivering the rings. The little one is Kiko’s right eye and he spoils him.
Marta López Álamo wore three different dresses for the celebration. The first, of a more romantic style with boat neck, open back and long sleeve, she showed before the wedding and is the one she wore at the Basílica de San Miguel in Madrid. Later, the guests (some of whom were not present at the ceremony) moved to the Ritz for a luxury dinner where she wore a dress with a cape, a strapless neckline, mermaid skirt and a bodice. The dress was going to be a secret, but like the third one, it was leaked ahead of time by one of the guests. The last one was a piece with a halter neckline, back neckline and a feather shawl.
The guests were distributed in different taxis and arrived at the place of celebration, where they were received with a cocktail. “There were black stones that melted in the mouth with Parmesan inside, ham, tuna tataki and mini cannelloni,” according to Nuria Marín. The menu was not left behind either: a cherry gazpacho, a sea bass, meat, chocolate cake dessert with vanilla ice cream, coconut pastries, quinces and macarons.