If you thought you were doing something on your wedding day, you ain't got nothin' on this bride!
Elena De Angelis walked down the aisle and straight into the record books with a train made of 1.86 miles of tulle and six miles of silk designed by Gianni Molaro for her wedding in Casal di Princice.
The train was so ridiculously long seamstresses worked on it for months and it took 600 volunteers to keep it off the ground as the bride made her way to the church in September.
Can you imagine having 600 people trailing behind you while you walk to the alter? Talk about having an entourage!
Almost a year later, the semi-newlywed got to rock her frock again on the steps of Trinita dei Monti Renaissance church in Rome to celebrate Gianni's new design studio!
We're just wondering how the heck Elena went to the bathroom! Maybe she just had to hold it until the end of the day.
[Image via Gianni Molaro's Facebook]
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