If you want to see beautiful weddings, you are on the right report. Globo journalists, Erick Rianelli and Pedro Figueiredo got married Saturday night (2) in a ceremony full of great inspiration in Alto da Boa Vista, a neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro.
The couple, who have engaged in Buenos Aires and have been civilly married since 2018, threw a party to celebrate their love with family and friends. Via social media, days before the ceremony, they announced their love for each other. Eric said that Pedro was the reason for his smile, and Pedro, that he was proud of the family they formed together. See celebration details.
With a rustic tropical feel, all the decorations are decorated with foliage, both at the party, at the photo spots for guests and at the dessert table. Broadcast colleagues posted photos of the couple on their social networks showing the details of the style chosen by the bride and groom.
The place where they exchanged vows was lit with small lights at different heights, adding a romantic and intimate touch to the moment.
It is also worth highlighting the choice of bouquets that both the bride and groom have. With colorful flowers and eucalyptus-like foliage, they added a splash of color to today’s style.
For the look, the bride and groom chose blue suits, each of a different shade, and a jacket. The silver tie was part of the look of both, giving a touch of the light color that weddings usually have.
From the posts, the last detail that caught the eye was the invitation sent to the guests, with an illustration of the couple, by a friend, in a romantic moment.
Victims of homophobia
In 2020, Eric Rianelli announced his love for Pedro, live, on a television news program on the station. Because of this, he became a victim of homophobic attacks. The owner of a hamburger shop complained about what happened, and the journalist expressed himself on Twitter about what happened.
“I received some reports of a businessman from Brasilia who dealt with him homophobia To a video in which I declared love to my husband. Thanks for all the support messages! About the entrepreneur…I don’t think any LGBT people in DF will eat in their stores anymore,” he posted.
“Prone to fits of apathy. Problem solver. Twitter buff. Wannabe music advocate.”