• Discovering Xisca Perelló, Rafa Nadal's girlfriend

The big day has arrived. Rafa Nadal and Xisca Perelló yesterday gave themselves the yes I want after more than fifteen years of dating, a long-awaited moment that the couple wanted to enjoy in the strictest privacy.

Hence the chosen place, one of the most exclusive and private in Mallorca, Sa Fortalesa , an impressive 17th century castle located north of the island, in Pollença . As a good fortress it is, the walled enclosure has been impassable to the prying eye of those who have come there to see the bride and groom and their guests , and also the objectives of the photographers. However, little by little they know the details of the ceremony and the best kept secret of any bride, her dress .

Xisca Perelló has chosen Spanish fashion and for her big day she has relied on the designer Rosa Clará , one of the most influential women in Made in Spain, who has shared a sketch of the dress. It is a couture model of straight lines with a round neck, long sleeves and delicate French lace body embroidered by hand with micro-stones and geometric and floral motifs. The skirt, cut evasé, is made of natural silk crepe and has a small overcoat that can be removed after the religious ceremony . And as a complement, a light silk tulle veil .

In addition to the bride's dress, Rosa Clará has also made those of the mothers of both spouses, Ana María Parera and María Pascual, as well as that of the groom's sister, Maribel Nadal. All have worn different designs from the designer's Cocktail collection .

Rosa Clará included some details of the dress in her Instagram account as the inspiration in the Art Deco artistic movement for the geometric and floral drawings of the body of the dress. In addition, he added: "It is hand embroidered, meticulously with micro-stonework embedded in the drawing." The dress has been elaborated, as it could not be otherwise, in the firm's Atelier.

"I feel very fortunate to have met Mery and design the wedding dress she always dreamed. Being part of this moment excites me and gives me some vertigo, it is a great responsibility in a wedding of such international repercussion," said the designer, who in June also dressed Candela Serrat, the daughter of Joan Manuel Serrat.

Meanwhile, Rafa Nadal has worn a suit of the Italian firm Brunello Cucinelli. And as a detail, the lilac bow tie that all the witnesses of the groom have worn.

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