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Alicia Franco & Vicente Sierra — Minted

Alicia Franco


Vicente Sierra

Please join us in the celebration of our matrimony

Una Historia de Amor

"Para tu amor no hay despedidas
para tu amor yo solo tengo eternidad
y para tu amor, que me ilumina,
tengo una luna, un arcoíris y un clavel
y tengo también un corazón
que se muere por dar amor
y que no conoce el fin,
un corazón
que late por vos"



Welcome Cocktail

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM, January 26, 2024

Inzolente Rooftop

Cocktail Attire

Wedding Ceremony & Reception

3:30 PM - 2:00 AM, January 27, 2024

Forest Campestre

Formal Attire


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Fly into José María Córdova Airport (MDE) located in Rionegro, Antioquia. Expect a 40-minute drive to the city, littered with spectacular views of Medellin along the way.


Airport Transportation: The hotels we've chosen (see the "Hotel Room Block" section for details) provide transportation services to and from the airport. To learn more, please reach out to your hotel's concierge.

Wedding Day Transportation: On the big day, we'll arrange round-trip transportation from the designated hotels to the wedding venue. Alternatively, you have the option to make your own transportation arrangements. Please note that while the wedding reception will officially conclude at 2:00 AM, transportation will be provided for guests who wish to leave earlier.

To get around Medellin, we recommend the following transportation apps:

Uber: Uber is the preferred method of transportation. Medellin is very Uber-friendly, (ouside of the airport).

InDrive: InDrive is another app similar to Uber, widely used in Colombia. It differs in that it requires cash payments and allows you to negotiate and set your own fare.

Hotel Room Block

You are free to choose the hotel accommodations that suit your preferences and needs. For your convenience, we have selected two hotels you can choose from (both include breakfast).


Binn Hotel is located in a residential area of El Poblado, just outside of Provenza. It offers 24-hour security, a convenient drop-off area, stunning city views, a rooftop pool, and a highly-rated restaurant. While this hotel isn't within walking distance of the city's more popular areas, like bars and restaurants, it's just a quick and affordable Uber ride away from all that El Poblado has to offer!

To reserve at the Binn Hotel, please visit the website:

for 30% off, enter promo code: BODAALICIAVICENTE / +57 323 476 1812


Hashtag 98 is conveniently situated in the heart of the vibrant Provenza neighborhood in El Poblado. It is at the center of all the action, just steps away from Provenza's lively bars, restaurants, and nightlife. The hotel boasts a stunning rooftop restaurant, unique and eccentric decor, and a partially open-air lobby restaurant.

To reserve at Hashtag 98, please contact:

Lina Marcela Patiño / +57 314 277 9585

When booking, please mention 'Alicia y Vicente' to receive our special rate.

To Our Beloved Guests

Welcome to our Wedding Celebration!

We are thrilled to invite you to our destination wedding in Medellin, Colombia! Your presence means the world to us, and we can't wait to celebrate with you, our cherished family and friends.

Our website includes all the details you'll need for our wedding. We encourage you to explore the different pages on our site, as they are filled with valuable information for our wedding and your trip. Please continue to refer back to our site for updates as we approach our wedding events.

Join us as we celebrate our union!

With love,

Vicente & Ally


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La Cuidad de la Eterna Primavera

Medellín, the capital of Colombia's mountainous province of Antioquia, is situated in a fertile region celebrated for its coffee plantations, flower farms, and the presence of butterflies. Known as 'La Ciudad de la Eterna Primavera' (The City of Eternal Spring) because of its delightful year-round climate, Medellín is the proud host of the renowned annual flower festival, 'La Feria de las Flores,' held every August.

Things to do

  • Jardin Botanico. Visit the Jardin Botanico to explore the stunning flora of Medellin. The botanical garden features a large butterfly pavilion that houses some of the region's most beautiful species.
  • Museo El Castillo. This iconic castle has been preserved as a museum where you can discover the history of the families who once resided there.
  • Parque Lleras & Provenza. Known for the highest concentration of nightlife in Medellin, this vibrant area boasts a multitude of excellent bars and restaurants.
  • Medellin Metro. The metro stations are clean and frequently patrolled by police. The majority of must-visit places in Medellin can be easily reached using the metro system, and you can purchase tickets at the station. Don't forget to inquire about their operating hours!
  • Metrocable. You'll experience breathtaking views that blend the beauty of nature with the urban environment. Tickets can be purchased at the station.
  • Parque Arvi is an ecological nature reserve covering almost 40 acres, offering numerous hiking trails. Getting there via Metrocable provides spectacular views, especially when returning around sunset.
  • Comuna 13 (San Javier) is a historical neighborhood perched at the top of Medellin, known for its vibrant street murals, entertaining street performers, and outdoor escalators.
  • Parque de los Pies Descalzos (Barefoot Park), named for its focus on grounding, encourages visitors to take off their shoes and enjoy the park barefoot. Here, you can experience the park's lush green areas filled with bamboo trees, a tranquil fountain area, and a sandy relaxation spot.
  • Parque del Rio. Take a leisurely stroll just one block away from Parque de los Pies Descalzos, and you'll find the riverside promenade, a local favorite for a pleasant walk by the river.
  • Plaza Botero. In this plaza, you can admire 23 sculptures on exhibition created by one of Latin America's most celebrated artists, Fernando Botero. Its proximity to the city center makes it an ideal spot for those interested in shopping for souvenirs to take home.
  • Guatapé and La Piedra del Peñol. Guatapé is a charming and incredibly colorful town nestled at the foot of the Andes mountains, located just 1.5 hours from Medellín, making it a perfect day trip. There's no shortage of activities in Guatapé, from exploring the historic town to hiking up the 750 steps to the top of La Piedra del Peñol, where you can enjoy breathtaking 360-degree views. Additionally, you can opt for helicopter rides that offer panoramic views of El Peñol and enjoy boat cruises on the lake.

Bride & Groom Restaurant Recommendations

*Our favorites



Abbiocco (dinner menu is also served at the rooftop)

Barbaro Cocina Primitiva

Don Diablo

Mamba Negra*




La Deriva*

Mosquito Rooftop

Palma Piton

Panorama Rooftop Bar

The Garden


Oviedo (multiple money exchanges)

Santa Fe


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When should I arrive to Medellin?

A: We encourage you to make the most of your time in the city and indulge in a few days of exploration. Discover all that this vibrant city has to offer during your stay! For more details and recommendations, please refer to our 'Medellin' section. Otherwise, we suggest arriving Thursday, January 25th. The official wedding festivities commence on Friday evening with the Welcome Cocktail, marking the beginning of a memorable celebration.

Q: What airport should I fly into?

A: Jose Maria Cordova (MDE). Expect a 40 minute commute from the airport to Medellin.

Q: Besides my passport, what else do I need in order to enter Colombia?

A: We recommend bringing cash. You must also complete the CheckMig form found on no earlier than 72 hours before traveling.

Q: Can I pay with US dollars in Colombia?

A: Generally no. Be prepared to exchange cash or withdraw from an ATM.

Q: Can I use my credit cards in Colombia?

A: Yes, however you may be charged an international fee. We recommend that you reach out to your credit card company and inquire about the possibility of international fees and whether they can be waived. Additionally, we strongly suggest that our guests carry some cash to buy street food, shop at street vendors stands, and leaving tips.

Q: What is the exchange rate?

A: The US dollar is strong against the Colombian peso, but the actual rate fluctuates regularly.

Q: Is there a hotel room block?

A: Yes. We are offering two room blocks, see 'hotel' tab for information.

Q: Can I call an Uber from the airport?

A: No, Please note that Uber pickups are not allowed at the airport, although drop-offs are permitted. To ensure a smooth arrival, we highly recommend that you arrange your transportation in advance.

Q: How can I get around Medellin?

A: Our preferred method is Uber and walking. The metro is regarded as one of the cleanest and safest in Latin America. You can also download the InDrive app (see "Recommended Apps" section).

Q: Do you recommend I take yellow taxis or public buses?

A: We advise taking yellow cabs only when hailed privately, for instance, through your hotel's concierge. Instead, we recommend using Uber or InDrive for your transportation needs.

Q: If I choose not to participate in the hotel room blocks, where else can I stay?

A: You'll find a wide range of excellent Airbnb options and hotels in the area. We encourage you to thoroughly research and choose accommodation that suits your preferences and makes you feel most comfortable during your stay.

Q: If I decide not to book a room within the hotel room block, can I still gather at one of the hotels for transportation to the wedding?

A: Yes! Certainly, the hotels will serve as meeting points for the wedding day transportation. It's important to arrive on time to ensure that you can join the transportation arrangements without any issues. Meeting time will be confirmed the day before wedding day.

Q: How is the weather in Medellin?

A: The "City of Eternal Spring” averages an ideal 72.5° F year-round and experiences its fair share of rain, although January has the least rainfall. This contributes to the lush and green landscape around the city. As you pack for your trip, be sure to include a comfortable pair of walking shoes and a light jacket for cooler evenings. Keep in mind that the wedding night may be a bit chilly, so having a light jacket on hand is advisable.

Q: Do I need to speak Spanish?

A: It certainly helps! Outside of hotels and other tourist-centric locations, English is not commonly spoken in Medellin. Nevertheless, Medellin is renowned for its hospitality towards foreigners, so travelers can manage with minimal Spanish.

Q: Do I need to tip?

A: We always encourage rewarding excellent hospitality with a good tip. The dollar goes a long way, so be kind to good service!

Q: Is Medellin safe?

A: Medellin is generally considered a safe city, and its residents are known for their kindness and hospitality. Nevertheless, we advise our guests to exercise the same level of vigilance and awareness they would in any foreign destination. Staying alert and mindful of your surroundings is always a good practice to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience while traveling.