The palace remains almost a ruin “no work is done inside,” our spy tells us. The deluge this Monday and the rains of the other days have damaged the garden but “they are fixing it” and “it will be very good” because it is “what the guests will see”, they tell us. “There will be a cheap and open tent” y “an anonymous band, although with a DJ all the time”, they assure us. “The garden will host well-decorated cocktail bars, combinations of flowers on the tables and portable toilets for boys and girls”, as we anticipated in February. “It’s not a very expensive wedding,” they tell us. “This is explained because Tamara Falcó and Íñigo Onieva are the ones who are going to pay for the organization out of pocket,” they point out. “You can see they are cutting costs.”

Less than a month and a half to the wedding of Tamara Falco and her fiancé Inigo Onieva In the El Rincón palace, preparations continue at full speed so that everything is perfect on July 8th.

However, the works with which this 19th century family mansion was supposed to be restored, inherited by Carlos Falco of her aunt Paloma Falcó and Escandón, who died without issue.

Tamara is co-owner of El Rincón along with her older brother Manolo and neither of them has wanted to spend the amount required to remodel the residence where weddings, events, filming of series (such as La Promesa) and movies have been held, and where Marquis de Griñón married Esther Dona in 2017. For now, As this portal announced, they continue to rent the palace for the filming of The Promise, the series that has renewed a new season with TVE.

Neither Tamara nor Manolo Falcó are still clear about the fate of their palace in the future, but now they have decided to focus solely on the garden to celebrate the wedding of the daughter of Elizabeth Preysler. “There are no works inside,” someone from the organization tells us. The 400 guests do not have to enter anything inside, they will find everything in the garden, which is where we are turning. Tamara, her mother and her sisters will, of course, have the rooms on the upper floor, the private part of the house, which is not so run-down, to dress and get ready and in which she has given a coat of paint to the photos of Holawith the bride getting dressed, having her hair done, posing with her mother and sisters, etc., as part of the exclusive, but the party itself is designed for the garden.

A wonderful garden that they are making the most of, pruning, cutting and replanting: “The deluge that is falling these days has damaged some parts, although everything will be fixed,” our source explains, adding that despite the fame of the bride and groom and the expectation aroused by the Preysler Iglesias Falcó Boyer and the notoriety of the complicated history of the bride’s dress will be a simple wedding. “There will be a tent, but not expensive, far from it. It is an open tent, in which there will be a dance floor and a stage for the performance of a band, which is not exactly known. There will be no stellar performance by famous musicians, but there is a DJ animating the party non-stop”.

The organizers will turn to the garden lighting, that will be spectacular: the cocktail bars, carefully decorated; beautiful combinations of flowers on the tables and portable toilets for boys and girls. In short, everything you need for “a summer wedding” in the open air, served by the chef from Bilbao Eneko Atxa, but not as ostentatious as one might suppose in the marriage of engaged couples who like paid luxuries in the most exclusive corners of the world. Could it be that Íñigo and Tamara have to bear quite a few expenses for the celebration, even though they are guaranteed the juicy exclusive?