John Legend, Chrissy Teigen Tie the Knot in Lake Como, Italy

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After taking in New York Fashion Week from the front row, Chrissy Teigen married her beau of six years, R&B singer John Legend, over the weekend at Villa Pizzo in Lake Como, Italy. The intimate ceremony was attended by family and close friends of the couple including Teigen's fellow Sports Illustrated swimsuit model friend Brooklyn Decker, who served as a bridesmaid. Other famous faces included Kanye West and Biz Markie, who helped to DJ the reception. Stevie Wonder even surprised the bride by performing a duet with Legend.

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Teigen, 27, wore three Vera Wang dresses for the celebration. She donned two different ivory gowns for the ceremony and reception. Teigen finished off the evening with a gorgeous crimson strapless mermaid gown with a hand-draped bodice and inverted flange skirt with crystal embroidery for the after party. Days earlier, the couple sat front row at Wang's Spring 2014 runway show at New York Fashion Week.

It sounds like Teigen and Legend had a dream wedding and we couldn't be happier for the beautiful couple!

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