When even a dreary activity like going to buy milk looks picture-perfect in the life of a lifestyle and fashion blogger, what would her wedding be like?
Hong Kong-based couple, fashion and lifestyle blogger Feiping Chang and banker Lincoln Li, just got married in Capri, Italy. 130 guests were invited for the three-day multimillion-dollar celebration in Capri, for which Chang and Lincoln Li refurbished a villa.
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The celebrations began with a welcome dinner at a popular restaurant Da Paolino, under a canopy of lemon trees, where the guests were gifted custom tote bags full of goodies. The menu for the night was a burrata dish, and everything was lemon-themed; from tile name plates and centrepieces made with real lemons, to a personalized lemon stand complete with the wedding hashtag. Even Feiping’s dress, which was custom-made by her best friend Harris Chan, a designer at Hong Kong high fashion brand Moiselle, had hand-drawn lemons customized with the couple’s names entwined in lemon flowers.
The second day of the affair was spent at Feiping’s favorite beach club Nerano, where the bride wore a bright Dolce & Gabbana two-piece. This was followed by the bridal party beginning their preparations for the final and most extravagant celebration.
On the final day, the wedding ceremony took place in a stunning secluded villa that the couple renovated themselves, on a clifftop overlooking the harbor; they were the first couple to be allowed to marry here. Luxury local florist Domenico Ruggiero from Capri Flor was in charge of the floral arrangements for the “Garden of Eden” themed reception. White flowers hung high from trees over long white tables and covered the grounds. The intricately designed table setting consisted of handcrafted edible white flowers, leaves, and custom plates designed by Laboratorio Paravicini. The couple had built a temporary kitchen for the lavish spread, which included a simple three-course Italian meal, along with a separate ‘dessert room’, consisting of a profiterole tower and an array of other sweet treats, adorned in yet more flowers. The showstopper, though, was a traditional Italian wedding cake assembled by four chefs live on the dance floor that used over 15 kilos of fresh wild strawberries. DJ Fabio Vuotto played at the Reception party, and the night ended in a firework display out on the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Feiping’s couture wedding gown was designed by Italian fashion designer Giambattista Valli, whom she affectionately calls ‘the king of tulle’. Chang’s dress was the biggest that the designer had ever made. Her eight bridesmaids had different variations of white lace dresses.
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Submitted by: Tanvi Chadha