Amalia Granata shared the first images of her daughter Uma Fabbiani’s 15th birthday. The teenager dreams of this night since she was 7 years old and her mother was behind the organization for a year.

Uma will have three changes of clothes designed by Facundo Wendler. “I had a hard time deciding what to wear,” Fabbiani revealed without giving details about her dresses. The first is a black sequin dress and is the one she will wear for the duration of the reception.

Part of Uma Fabbiani’s birthday decoration

The room, decorated with white flowers and surrounded by screens, is divided with round tables where all the guests are. The main table is rectangular and is where the brand new birthday girl will be together with her best friends.

The party will last until dawn. It has a DJ that will set the scene for the night and will play Uma’s favorite songs. She will also be playing a live band, but they haven’t revealed what that will be. The gastronomic proposal will be on islands with different gastronomic themes. The main ones will be sushi and Mexican food.

The main birthday table

Roque, the youngest son of Amalia Granata and leo squarzon, he took all eyes. The boy wore a black suit, white shirt and bow tie. He posed next to Marcelo Polino with whom they had matched looks.

Marcelo Polino and Roque Squarzon

The celebration will have 140 guests, of which 100 are friends of the birthday girl and the rest are relatives of the teenager. Marcelo Polino and Baby Etchecopar they are the only colleagues from Granata who will be present. “I didn’t invite anyone out of compromise,” Uma’s mother said bluntly.

Marcelo Polino and Baby Etchecopar

The look of Amalia Granata on Uma’s 15th birthday

Amalia Granata will wear a single dress throughout the party. The provincial deputy opted for a long dress with a bright blue v-neckline.

Amalia Granata

The journalist wore her hair loose and Death in Town. She combined her makeup with the colors of her dress and wore delicate gold-tone accessories.

Amalia Granata and her mother
Amalia Granata and her friends: Gise and Caro Simon

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