One of Australia's brightest winter sports stars, Scotty James, has married billionaire heiress Chloe Stroll in a luxury European ceremony. The couple tied the knot in Venice surrounded by Formula One legends, film and fashion A-listers before boarding a luxury yacht to continue the party on the Adriatic Sea. The Warrandyte-born snowboarder and his new wife said their vows in a elaborate ceremony over the May 13 and 14 weekend. Ms Stroll is a musician and daughter of Canadian businessman Lawrence Stroll. Her billionaire father is part-owner and executive chairman of Aston Martin and the owner of the Aston Martin Formula One Team. The couple were introduced in 2019 by Ms Stroll's brother and Aston Martin Formula One driver Lance Stroll and confirmed their engagement in November 2021. Mr James, a four-time Olympian snowboarder, has long been a darling of Formula One social circles. He is the best friend and business partner of former McLaren driver Daniel Riccardo - who suited up for the ceremony as a groomsman. The wedding was well-timed for guests from the Formula One. The team is on a week-long hiatus before the European leg of fixtures kicks off in Italy. Pictures of the couple show their ceremony in an Italian vineyard under a constellation of white roses. The star-studded guest list piled onto a luxury yacht for the wedding reception's after-party. Former Renault boss Flavio Briatore was in attendance with many of the Aston Martin and Formula One power brokers including Susie and Toto Wolff. Other notable guests included Catherine Zeta-Jones and husband Michael Douglas, Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson, fashion writer Derek Blasberg and Sunrise weather presenter Sam Mac. Ms Stroll wore an elegant Dior gown with a long veil and her hair swept into a sleek bun. Mr James donned a classic black tuxedo and kippah as a nod to the Stroll's Jewish heritage. IN OTHER NEWS: The pair celebrated their final unmarried days with elaborate bachelor and bachelorette parties. Ms Stroll won the internet's heart posting a neon sign reading "Scotty doesn't know" referencing Matt Damon's catchy tune in 2004 film Euro Trip.