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Chiara Ferragni Wore Three Dior Haute Couture Looks For Her Epic Wedding in Italy

Chiara Ferragni worked with designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Miuccia Prada on four custom looks. The couple's custom wedding bands were by Pomellato.
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The best of summer wedding season, it seems, was saved for last. The Blonde Salad founder, designer, and fashion it-girl Chiara Ferragnimarried longtime boyfriend, Italian megastar rapper Fedez, in what is probably 2018's most epic wedding.

The setting? Dimora delle Balze, a 19th century palazzo in Noto, Italy. The couple flew their friends and family on private Alitalia flights to the secluded castle, on planes branded with their logo: #TheFerragnez. Upon arrival on the tarmac, guests were greeted by mascots of the bride and groom, which (no shock here) have their own Instagram handles. In-flight pringles and water branded with the couple's logo were served, as one does.

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The couple was spotted heading to their rehearsal dinner at Palazzo Nicolaci in Noto last night, with a reality-TV level documentary film crew in-tow. Chiara donned a custom beaded Prada cocktail dress, and paired with a chic bridal pouch and kitten heels. Dress number one? Check.

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The ceremony took place at the estate, between lush greenery and countless hanging blooms akin to the size and scale of the florals at Windsor Castle for Meghan and Harry's royal wedding–if not ten times more grand.

As expected, the dress for the main event did not disappoint. The it-girl partnered with her longtime social media partner Dior for the occasion, working with Maria Grazia Chiuri on not one, but three haute couture looks for her wedding celebrations.

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At their ceremony, Ferragni and her new husband exchanged custom wedding bands designed by Pomellato. The couple chose white and rose gold bands with a white diamond pavé. The fine jeweler shared photos of the gorgeous rings on their Instagram:

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Gown number one, Chiara's ceremony look, was a classic yet romantic ballgown at first glance, complete with a lace bodice, mock neckline, and a semi-sheer full tulle skirt with a seemingly endless train. The look was actually two pieces, comprised of a lace romper, and paired with a full overskirt. Sticking to tradition, the bridal party donned bold pink bridesmaids dresses, custom designed for them in sustainable fabrics by Alberta Ferretti.

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The second of Ferragni's gowns, her reception look, was also a ballgown–with infinitely more detail and interest. The Blonde Salad founder opted for a style that spoke to one of Grazia Chiuri's first collections for Dior, Spring/Summer 2017, which featured romantic phrases, embroideries, motifs, and emblems delicately embroidered in champagne tulle. This is bridal as it should be: personalized, epically chic, angelic, and dotted with doses of soft color and fine details. For those going ivory blind from one too many bridal-white gowns this summer, you're welcome.

Chiara's gown was all in the details. Rather than sweet sayings from Dior's collections past, the gown featured lyrics from her now-husband's songs, a custom monogram with their initials, a nod to the couple's son, Leo, and their dog, Matilda, and more. Chiara capped off the looks with custom Dior shoes, which featured her name on the slingback where the brand name typically sits.

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For the couple's Coachella-inspired after party, Chiara donned a Dior mini dress, a convertible gown from her longer, reception ballgown, featuring a ballet-inspired skirt. The couple's epic celebration didn't end at a stunning dinner reception–their guests were welcomed into a #Ferragnez carnival for the after party, where stuffed versions of the couple's mascots and more were doled out to winners of dozens of games. In addition to a private carinval with all the fixings, guests feasted on countless couture looks, a piece or two from a sky-high cake, and Ferragnez branded everything.

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From: Harper's BAZAAR US

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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