Federico “Fedez” Lucia and Chiarra Ferrangi. Picture: Instagram

Italian fashion designer and blogger (from The Blonde Salad) Chiarra Ferragni recently wed Italian rapper Federico Leonardo “Fedez” Lucia in an outdoor ceremony at Dimora delle Balze, a secluded 19th-century palazzo in Noto, Sicily. 

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The Italian rapper proposed to Ferragni in May 2017 after two years of dating, and in the spring last year, the couple welcomed their son Leone. 

For her wedding weekend, in what might be the ultimate influencer move, the couple flew friends and family on private Alitalia flights branded with their hashtag #TheFerragnez to Sicily. 

Once there, guests were greeted on the tarmac by oversize cartoon versions of the bride and groom (who of course have their own Instagram handles) to get everyone excited for the epic events to come.

Festivities kicked off on Friday night, with a rehearsal dinner at Noto Bassi di Palazzo Nicolaci. Ferrangi and Fedez hosted family and friends for a traditional Italian dinner with toasts and tears—as well as a reality TV crew on hand to capture it all for an upcoming documentary. 

The bride wore a custom Prada cocktail dress that glittered when the camera flashbulbs hit it, gold glam, and her hair half up, half down.

The celebrations continued on Saturday night when the wedding ceremony took place, where Chiarra Ferrangi was escorted down the aisle by her father, Marco Ferragni. 

The bride wore a classic, high-necked Grace Kelly–inspired long-sleeved dress with a modern twist—it had a crocheted lace romper as the base layer with a wraparound tulle semi-sheer skirt on top. 

Her hair was pulled back in a low chignon and adorned with a cathedral-length veil for stylish classic beauty.

Ferrangi completed the whole ensemble—and the personalized branding continued—with white heels emblazoned with “J’adior” on one side and “Chiara” on the other. Adding to the cuteness factor was her son Leone, in matching Baby Dior. 

Bridesmaids, including Ferragni's sisters Francesca and Valentina, complemented Ferragni in custom pink Alberta Ferretti dresses in different silhouettes, all made using sustainable fabrics.

After the romantic ceremony, Ferrangi changed into her reception dress, a ball gown which drew inspiration from one of Maria Grazia Chiuri’s (the designer for Dior) first collections for Dior—Spring/Summer 2017—which featured embroidered romantic phrases stitched into them. 

Ferrangi took the personalisation a step further by having Dior use phrases and symbols from the song Fedez wrote about their relationship, the one he played on the night he popped the question.

After dinner and a lot of dancing, Ferrangi switched her tulle skirt for a shorter version, which allowed her to partake in the final surprise that the couple had for the night: a performance by Fedez and a custom-made amusement park fit with a Ferris wheel, carousel and amusement park games and fireworks. 

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