The World’s Most OTT Wedding Just Happened, And The Photos Are Insane

We can’t believe what we’re seeing

What happens when an investment-banker-turned-fashion-blogger marries a top Hong Kong financier in Capri? In an ancient villa the Italian government only allowed them to get married in if they paid for its restoration? While wearing the frothiest, biggest Giambattista Valli couture gown ever made? This:

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The “multi-million pound” wedding, according to the Daily Mail, took place last month and all the juicy details have been published in the Hong Kong edition of Tatler. Take this gem: the happy couple built a bridge to link the grounds of their historic villa to the rooftop where they had the ceremony. You think your wedding planning was difficult? These guys built. A. Bridge.

But back to that dress. The bride, fashion blogger Feiping Chang (who goes by the name xoxofei on Instagram) tells Tatler, “The final dress exceeded my wildest expectations, it was the biggest dress they’ve ever made.”

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She wore Dolce & Gabbana for the pre-wedding festivities, which included a welcome dinner at the lavish Da Paolino restaurant (famed for its lemon grove location) and brunch at La Conca del Sogno beach club.

At the wedding, guests were treated to a dedicated dessert room and wedding cake styled on the traditional Italian millefoglie, which took 15-kilograms of wild strawberries to make.

In short: this is the wedding we wish we’d been invited to.

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