It was tutto buono for Salma Hayek and husband François-Henri Pinault this weekend.
The happy couple, who made it legal on Valentine's Day, retied the knot in front of about 150 family members and superstar friends Saturday at the opera house La Fenice in Venice, Italy.
Per People, which first confirmed the second pronouncement of husband and wife, Hayek wore a Nicholas Ghesquiere-designed Balenciaga gown and a long veil and carried a crystal-studded bouquet of orchids and stephanotis.
The newlyweds' 19-month-old daughter, Valentina Paloma, acted as flower girl and Pinault's 10-year-old son, François, and 8-year-old daughter, Mathilde, from his first marriage participated as well.
Guests such as Hayek's longtime gal-pal Penélope Cruz and Bono started pouring into town Thursday to take part in the multiday celebration.
Also on the list Saturday were Ashley Judd, Edward Norton, Charlize Theron and Stuart Townsend, Woody Harrelson, Olivier Martinez, Gael García Bernal, Enrique Murciano, David Blaine, Ziyi Zhang, Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and former French president Jacques Chirac and his wife, Bernadette.
Friday's rehearsal dinner at the Punta Della Dogana, situated at the south entrance to the Grand Canal, was a Carnival of Venice-inspired masked ball, a theme that carried over to today's black-tie affair, where attendees started off the evening wearing black and gold masks.
Hayek and Pinault's first go-round was a surprise (to us) civil ceremony at the 6th Arrondissement City Hall in Paris. At one point they had publicly called off their engagement, but perhaps that was just to throw us off the scent...of money.
But whether or not the elaborate celebration cost Hayek and her luxury-goods-mogul hubby $2 million, as some speculated, her father-in-law made sure that the family left a hefty piece of their fortune behind when the party was over.
According to People, Pinault's father acquired the lease to the historic Punta Della Dogana and has spent more than $70 million renovating the property, which will open to the public June 6 as the Pinault Foundation Centre for Contemporary Art.