Last weekend Valeria Mazza (51) and Alejandro Gravier (60) celebrated the 15th birthday of their youngest daughter, Taína Gravier. The event brought together more than 200 friends and relatives who gathered at La Barraca, the luxurious Gravier-Mazza mansion in Acassuso.

There were many emotional moments that the teenager lived on this magical night, such as dancing the waltz with her father, and later with her male brothers. Benicio, Balthazar and Titian.

Taína danced the waltz with her father

Taína Gravier: the video of the moment in which she asked for her wishes

But one of the most anticipated moments for the young woman occurred towards the end of the night, when she blew out the birthday candles and it was her turn to make her wishes.

The cake requested by Taína was an XXL chocotorta, her favorite. Covered only with dulce de leche, differed from the traditional two or three story cakes covered with fondant.

Next, the video of the emotional moment in which family and friends sing “Happy Birthday” to him.

With great care and without staining her white dress with silver appliqués created by designer Benito Fernández, Taína blew out the 15 golden candles that were placed along the large birthday cake.

Taína Gravier’s First Dress: How the Exclusive Design Was Created

For her big night, Taína wore an exclusive design of Benito Fernandeza close friend of the family –also known for dressing royal characters such as Maxima Zorreguieta–.

The design created by Benito Fernández was a dress with a sweetheart neckline and honeycomb-shaped embroidery on the corsage. The skirt, with an irregular finish, had several layers on the bias, in natural silk chiffon and silk muslin.

Taína with the designer Benito Fernández, responsible for the first dress she wore on her big night

in dialogue with PEOPLEBenito Fernández told how he created together with Taína: “Together, we designed this dress in off white, with a mesh bustier with embroidered beads that formed a halter neckline.”

The dress that Benito Fernández designed for Taína took two months to make and had four fittings.

The design, which took two months to make, was a Taíno choice. “He was always very clear about what he wanted, like wearing those black boots with silver details, which was the first thing he brought to the first of the four tests we did”.

The Taína Gravier dress, an exclusive design by Benito Fernández, hanging in the living room of La Barranca, the family home that hosted the long-awaited super party.

The second look that Taína wore at her super party of 15

Late in the celebration, and in a cooler version, Taína wore a second outfit: a crystal-embroidered low-waist top and pants designed by Cynthia Kerncreator of Kosiuko.

in dialogue with PEOPLE, the designer told how it was to put her stamp on the second outfit that the birthday girl chose. “She wanted a white jean With all custom that our brand garments have”, he explained. “She loves it, she wears those same jeans”, detailed.

The second design that Taína Gravier wore, a crystal-embroidered low-waist top and pants, signed by Cynthia Kern

In addition, Kern pointed out that it was an exclusive design since, in addition to doing it in the tone that Taína requested, he added customized stones, “iridescent, faceted, divine.” “We also made her a matching blazer and shorts too, with another fabric, and a top“, he commented.

To complement her look, the youngest of the Gravier-Mazzas opted for Texan boots and a piluso hat.

Taína Gravier complemented her second outfit with Texan boots and a fluffy hat

Photos: courtesy Omar Díaz and Horacio Pérez/Bruno Arougueti HP-BA

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