Jessica Chastain Just Married Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo in an A-List Italian Wedding

Here's everything we know about the nuptials

Updated 06/10/17

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Jessica Chastain is head over heels with her amore and has the ring to prove it! The actress has just tied the knot with Italian fashion executive Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo in Italy, after five years of dating. The couple reportedly said "I do" at the groom's family estate this Saturday, where an A-list collection of wedding guests descended upon Italy for the nuptials.

The festivities began on Friday for the bride and groom, according to People magazine, when Chastain and her now hubby were joined for a pre-wedding dinner with pals Anne Hathaway and her husband, Adam Shulman, in Venice. And we're in love with the bride's ruby-red dress for therehearsal dinner!

Then on Saturday, Chastain and Passi de Preposulo were wed at the groom's family estate, Villa Teipolo Passie, which is located about an hour north of Venice in Carbonera. The intimate ceremony touted quite the guest list, including Chastain's Zero Dark Thirty costar Edgar Ramirez and her Interstellar and The Huntsman: Winter's War costar Emily Blunt, who was seen soaking up the sights in Italy with her husband, John Krasinski, earlier this week. Both Hathaway and Blunt were seen heading to the I do's in pretty pink frocks.

"The wedding was stunning," a source shared with E! News. "Jessica's dress was perfect, and you could tell she was very nervous walking down the aisle. The food was delicious."

That insider certainly wasn't lying about that dress! For her walk down the aisle, Chastain donned a simple strapless wedding dress with lace detailing. The classic, unfussy style couldn't have looked more perfect on the elegant beauty.

"Italy was a place where they always wanted to get married," the source said of the destination wedding, with another insider adding that the couple headed to Italy for their nupitals because "Gian comes from a huge family." A huge family that's noble, in fact! The groom's father uses his count title (although Italy no longer recognizes nobility), and the family has owned their sprawling estate—with its gorgeous gardens and stunning statues—since the 1800s, according to People.

A 17th-century Italian estate—could you even think of a dreamier wedding venue?!

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