Chiara Ferragni, aka the fashion blogger The Blonde Salad, married Italian rapper Fedez today in Italy, after a weekend of elaborate events.
For the ceremony, Ferragni wore Dior Haute Couture, and the house's creative director, Maria Grazia Chiuri, was reportedly in attendance. Ferragni changed into a more playful gown after the ceremony, and she shared a closer look at both ensembles on Instagram.
Events kicked off on Friday night, when the couple hosted a rehearsal dinner for friends and family at the historic Noto Bassi di Palazzo Nicolaci in Noto, in southeast Sicily. The evening looks like it was filled with lots of flowers, and lots and lots of emotions. (It is an Italian wedding, after all.) Ferragni wore a glittering Prada gown for the occasion.
Ferragni has over 14 million followers on Insta, her own footwear collection, and, of course, the site that made her famous: The Blonde Salad. In 2015, Refinery29 reported that her products and partnerships netted her $8 million annually. So this is kind of the Royal Wedding of Italy right now.
According to Women's Wear Daily, "The wedding will also represent the first take of a documentary film on Ferragni’s life. The filming will continue after the wedding, following the influencer during the fashion weeks in New York, Milan, Paris, and while visiting her hometown, Cremona. With a budget of reportedly 400,000 euros, the docufilm will be produced in partnership with other, undisclosed international investors, with speculations rising around a possible interest from Netflix and HBO, too."
This isn't the beginning of their very public love story: Fedez proposed to Ferragni onstage during a concert in May 2017.
Ferragni then announced that she was pregnant in October of the same year, writing, "Hey guys.. We're gonna be parents soon 👶🏼 I'm 5 months pregnant now and we can't wait to meet baby raviolo 👪 Life is beautiful."
Their son, Leone, who goes by the nickname Leo, was born in March 2018. Again, Ferragni announced the news on her social channels.
Congratulations to the newlyweds and their family! Or, we should say, Congratulazioni.