Lucía Pombo has married Javier López Huerta after just over eight years of relationship. A link that has taken place in Villafranca del Condado, a Segovian town near the town of the bride's family that has been decked out to receive the more than 250 guests with whom the couple wanted to share their big day.
The pilot and influencer walked down the aisle with a design signed by Isabel Núñez, creator of Inuñez and one of the most demanded bridal designers in recent times. A dress made in Italian satin crepe combined with silk georgette chiffon. With a fitted silhouette with a set of cuts inspired by the 30s, it has a slit in the center front of the skirt, revealing the legs.
As for the neckline, it was a crossover neckline in the shape of a 'V' and the neckline was slightly raised at the back. The square shoulders and slightly bloused sleeves in silk georgette chiffon that are worked with stitching and drawstrings to give them volume, completed the sophisticated design. A classic-style bride who has not lost her essence, replacing the traditional veil with a double cape that falls from her shoulders, serving as a train.
The first of the three sisters to marry was María Pombo, who married Pablo Castellano, before the summer of 2019 in Cantabria. For one of the most important days of her life, María chose two dresses signed by Yolanda Pérez de Yolancris. On the one hand, the dress for the ceremony was a mermaid cut design made of crepe that was accompanied by a spectacular long coat. The dress, with a halter neckline and openings at the back, was minimalist in cut, while the long coat with a train, made of embroidered tulle with beading and a frame in shades of white and ecru, with touches of rose quartz and gold, was became the great protagonist. During the party, María Pombo changed her dress as many brides do, this time to appear in a boho-style dress to which she added a casual touch with a shirt tied at the waist.
For her part, the middle sister, Marta Pombo, also married in 2019, this time in a country-inspired wedding and something more relaxed also Cantabria. On this occasion, the bride opted for a classic-inspired design by Claudia Llagostera, with elbow-length sleeves and a flattering 'V'-shaped crossover neckline. It was a dress made of a flowing fabric that gave it movement and lightness.
Undoubtedly, three sisters with three weddings and three very different styles that have had nothing to do with each other, but have captured the attention of countless followers and onlookers on social networks and beyond.