Bee Shaffer, the daughter of American Vogue editor Anna Wintour, reportedly married Francesco Carrozzini, the son of late Vogue Italia editor Franca Sozzani this weekend.
They requested a social media blackout with no pictures allowed at the ceremony which took place at Wintour’s home in Long Island.
Pictures obtained by the Daily Mail show no phones pressed up near the couple’s faces, or guests taking selfies at the house, but some hefty video equipment and a videographer capturing the couple on their wedding day.
But why have a mobile phone ban if you're going to film the whole ceremony anyway? More and more couples are taking after Kim Kardashian and Kanye West and banning phones from their weddings - knowing that people just can't resist snapping pictures at other people's weddings - especially when there are so many celebrities involved.
This way they not only get to control the images and any video footage of the wedding, but their guests are hopefully more relaxed without their phones, can enjoy the wedding and be in the moment. No one wants to look out to their friends and family on their wedding day and have a sea of flashes staring back.
The wedding was officiated by none other than actor Colin Firth, according to US Weekly, and guests in attendance included Donatella Versace. Is this Firth’s new side-hustle? We’d book him.
Bee Shaffer changed her name on Instagram from @beeshaffer to @beecarrozzini.
The pair have already started their honeymoon in Portofino, Italy, according to the Daily Mail, and might be staying at Francesco Carrozzini’s houses in the area.
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