Singer Michael Buble has enjoyed two weddings this weekend; both of which were his own, according to the Daily Mail.
Buble and his wife, Luisana Lopilato, held their first wedding ceremony last Thursday, March 31st; before enjoying their second set of nuptials on Sunday.
The latter was a religious ceremony held in Argentina, which family and friends were invited to; whereas the former was a more private, civil ceremony, held in Buenos Aires.
However that isn’t the end of the couple’s celebrations, as they are planning to hold a larger wedding ceremony in Canada, sometime in May; where it is thought the couple might also have a proper party at a wedding reception venue, allowing other friends and family a chance to revel in their happiness.
Despite all the festivities, Buble hasn’t sung at any of the ceremonies – at his wife’s request. Back in December, he told the television show Daybreak that she had requested slightly different entertainment.
Speaking to the show’s Ross King, Buble confirmed: “I asked my fiancée if she wanted me to sing and she said no.”
According to the Canadian sensation, Lopilato asked for the Argentine singer, Ricardo Montaner. “So now I’ve got Ricardo Montaner coming!” Buble concluded.
Both the bride and groom looked stunning at both occasions, setting the tone for their upcoming third round of nuptials. At the Buenos Aires civil ceremony, both chose hues of lavender for their outfits; whilst at the Argentine ceremony, they pair opted for a black tie affair – with Buble looking dapper in a tuxedo.