Michael Bublé and Luisana Lopilato Celebrate Wedding at Pan Pacific Vancouver

This past Friday night, Canadian music sensation Michael Bublé and wife, Luisana Lopilato celebrated their wedding party at the Pan Pacific Vancouver.

The celebration actually marked their second wedding as the couple recently exchanged vows in a smaller civil ceremony held on March 31 in Luisana’s native Argentina.

On Friday night, over 500 guests attended the event in Michael’s home town Vancouver including close family, friends and celebrity guests. A tribute to the couple was presented by Red Robinson as well as a hilarious roasting by comedian Russell Peters which left many of the guests in tears. The party went till the wee’ hours of the morning and was reported by many as one they will never forget.


Once Michael and Lu arrived at the Hotel, they were immediately taken up for photographs before Michael rushed to his room to catch the opening period of the Canucks game, being the die hard fan that he is. He even made a special request to have a few extra big screen TV’s be set up around the room during the ceremony so he could keep his eyes on the game.

Upon arrival, the Pan Pacific’s wedding staff surprised the couple with two Canucks jerseys and a special greeting dessert.

Pan Pacific Pastry Chef Hans Pirhofer created a hockey themed dessert platter made entirely from chocolate.


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What was most impressive about the evening was the decore setup by Sandy Godfree of Art of the Party Design and Decor.


Inspired by elegance and modern design, (as well as a few ideas from Michael’s family), Sandy created a white “Holywood” themed look with a beautiful bouquet in the center (with over 250 pink and red roses).


Michale’s Mom, Amber Bublé had this to say about the decore:

I wanted the environment to feel like old time Hollywood — maybe like I imagine a party after the Oscars in the forties. We made the room totally white with white silk walls, which couches, white framed mirrors, white wide screen TV’s and little mirrored tables everywhere.

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In the end, Michael gave a touching toast to his wife in Spanish, which was then translated to the crowd. It was a truly romantic moment and a fitting end to the perfect night.

For more photos from the wedding be sure to visit our Michael and Luisana Facebook album.