While little is known about the ceremony, according to reports, the bride wore two wedding gowns, one of which was a stunning long-sleeved dress which included a jewel neckline.
Yesterday the designer, Rosa Clara, gave fans an inside look into the creative process, sharing a black-and-white video with the caption: "An overwhelming wedding day for all of us! We feel incredibly proud for taking part in such an important day - Mery Perelló and Rafa Nadal's wedding. We would like to congratulate the gorgeous and unique couple, we wish you the best forever!
She continued: "The first is a very delicate, elegant look, with an intricate lace bodice, long sleeves and a belt that nips in at the waist before letting the fabric fall to the floor. In the caption, the designer described the dress as "an exquisitely clean-lined haute couture design. The bodice, with jewel neckline and long sleeves, was made of beautiful Art Deco-inspired French lace with delicate patterning, flower motifs and microbeading on the meticulously hand-embroidered fabric. The ballgown-style skirt, made of silk crepe, featured a weightless detachable train, created in Rosa Clara's Atelier."
While the couple— who announced their engagement in January— is notoriously private, Rafa, 33, has long been open about wanting children admitting that while he is excited to expand their family, work is his priority.
"I would love to have children, boys, girls... I'm a person who loves kids and I'm a family guy. But also I tell you that the reality is, the years keep passing, I would like to start to do all of this when my sporting life determines it.
"You have to suit situations you know. Having family? I don’t know, things are not easy to be predicted. At this age, I thought that I would have already been a former player and that I would have started a family."