The couple arrived at their venue with their four children—Luna, Miles, Esti, and Wren—by boat. The two celebrated their 10-year milestone at the Villa Pizzo, where they originally tied the knot. It was for this recommitment that saw Teigen’s biggest break from bridal fashion. Instead of something expected, she opted for a black lace Zuhair Murad couture dress. The sheer, floor-length number featured a ruffled shoulder and wrist, as well as an open back. “Find yourself a live like theirs,” friend Nicole Fasolino wrote on Instagram, alongside a photo of Legend serenading his wife at the piano (featuring the couple’s eldest son, Miles).
For the actual ceremony, Teigen changed out of her daring lace look into a more glamorous dress. She wore a black dress with an empire waist and a sliver of a creme, sweetheart neckline—the only hint of bridal in her look. The floor-length number was embellished with a magnificent black train covered in rosettes, which matched her off-the-shoulder straps. She accessorized the look with a black, padded headband. Legend, for his part, looked dapper in a white tuxedo jacket with black lapels, matching his beloved’s black-and-white theme.