Sofia Coppola and longtime love Thomas Mars tied the knot in a civil ceremony in Italy Saturday.
The bride's father, director Francis Ford Coppola, walked her down the aisle. Clad in a lavender gown custom-designed by Azzedine Alaia, the 40-year-old Lost in Translation screenwriter said "I Do" in front of about 80 guests, including Johnny Depp and director George Lucas.
Guests of the couple enjoyed a variety of local cheeses, fish, salads, pasta and pork, which they paired with wine from the Coppola family's farm.
"If they wanted to do a Hollywood wedding, they wouldn't have done it here," Chiruzzi said of Coppola and Mars, 34. "They chose to do it here because it's here — it's here that is beautiful."
Coppola and Mars have two daughters: Romy, 4, and Cosima, 15 months. Coppola divorced director Spike Jonze in 2003 after four years of marriage.