One of the most popular blondes in the world wore three wedding dresses in one day
Chiara Ferragni was wedded on Saturday, September 1, 2018, to Italian rapper Federico Leonardo Lucia, stage named "Fedez." She stunned guests, fans, and family with three wedding dresses for the extravagant occasion.
The wedding took place in Noto, Italy at Dimora Delle Balze, a 19th-century palazzo according to Vogue. The scenery was astounding and the guest treatment was equally incredible.
Friends and family flew in on Atlanta planes that were branded with the logo "#TheFerragnez." The private flights featured in-flight pringles and branded water. Upon arrival, mascots of the bride and groom greeted guests.
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Ferragni, "The Blonde Salad" writer, worked with social media partner Dior to prepare her looks for the multi-day affair. She exchanged ideas with Maria Grazia Chiuri to create her dream wedding dresses which she shared on Instagram. She said"
"Dior has always been one of my favorite brands, and I love what Maria Grazia Chiuri does. So my dream was to get married in one of her creations."
And so she did. The ceremony dress was a long-sleeved ballgown with a lace bodice rising up to the neck. The top piece was actually a lace romper. She paired it with a semi-sheer tulle overskirt.
Her bridesmaids were adorned in classic bold pink dresses custom designed for each of them.
On Ferragni's post, she typed a simple caption that read "Yes I do, forever."
At about 9:00 p.m., the switch was made as the couple held the reception at the boutique hotel Dimora Delle Balze. Ferragni donned a bustier dress with a front-opening tulle skirt that was littered with personalized lyrics, drawings, and motifs.
The words were commemorative of the song played on the night that Fedez proposed. Fedez wrote "Favorisca I Sentimenti," and performed it himself.
"Both of the dresses make me feel like a princess!" They're very me and timeless and iconic at the same time."
Ferragni's final look was a quick change of the bottom half of the outfit. She kept the bustier and switched out the long elegant skirt for a more chic ballerina look.
She also put on smaller heels before heading to a Coachella-inspired party. Ferragni describes:
"After the dinner I changed into a mini skirt, to be more free and ready to dance and have fun at "The Ferragnez amusement park" and the concert."
She described the theme as that of "Italy's heritage and party/ Coachella vibes and both my dresses celebrated these moments."
The "ideating and creating" of the dresses took over six months. Ferragni adapted her initial ideas to accept those of the more experienced Maria Grazia. When it came to the ceremony dress, Grazia suggested a more demure look.
In the end, Ferragnic was ecstatic with the results.
"The entire set is even better than what I expected. I love the wedding corset and taking pictures in it while getting ready and the skirt and the veil made it all magical."
The couple celebrated along with their baby boy, Leone, whose representation was sewn into the second dress in the form of a little lion on the skirt.
From the transportation to the accommodations, and from the surreal setting to the magical gowns, it looked like Ferragni's celebrations were not just romantic, but out of this world.