Celebrity weddings have always been the most hyped affair eagerly awaited by the general public. While the rise of Covid saw a lot of celebrities keeping the guest list bare minimum, some enjoyed media frenzy for their extravagant choices.
Here we give a clear picture of some of the famous faces who enjoyed a lavish wedding last year. Let us now take a look in detail at which celebrities managed to grab eyeballs for their profligate wedding choices.
- Paris Hilton and Carter Reum
Socialite Paris Hilton took the walk down the aisle with Venture Capitalist Carter Reum in a multiday event. What gave the wedding extra footage is that Paris had three dress changes for the tented reception which is one of a kind. Also, the 13-day affair has now been turned into a reality show ‘Paris in Love” which is streaming on Peacock
- Ivy Getty and Tobias Alexander Engel
This is one ceremony that was the talk of the town for many days altogether. It brought together the great-granddaughter of oil tycoon J.Paul Getty, Ivy Getty and photographer Tobias Alexander Engel. The wedding was attended by many popular names including Anna-Taylor Joy who served as the maid of honor. Also, the reception took away the attention with its museum-worthy collection of French antiques and Russian Chandeliers.
- Lily Collins and Charlie McDowell
The Emily in Paris star Lily Collins got married to director Charlie McDowell in a star-studded affair last September. The couple took the nuptial vows in Dunton Hot Springs which was turned into a luxury destination. Apart from this, the wedding gown worn by Collins was designed by famous designer Ralph Lauren which went on to become everyone’s favorite.
- Issa Rae and Louis Diame
Insecure actor Issa Rae kept her wedding to Senegalese banker Louis Diame a tight-lipped affair. The couple chose the picturesque setting of Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat for their wedding destination. While the guest list included the Insecure co-stars’ Jay Ellis and Yvonne Orji, what took the attention was the dresses worn by the bride and groom for their dreamy affair.
- Vera Arrivabene & Briano Martinoni Caleppio
The ‘City of Canals’ was an eye-witness to the most spectacular wedding of last year that took place between Italian aristocrat Briano Martinoni Caleppio and Vera Arrivabene. The ceremony took place in the church of San Pantalon which is a 17th-century landmark in the city. While the wedding gown was custom-made from Prada, the star-studded affair will surely be remembered as one of the iconic marriages in recent years.
- Jennifer Gates and Nayel Nassar
Jennifer Gates aka daughter of Bill Gates tied the knot with a fellow equestrian Nayel Nassar last year October. The wedding was held on a 124-acre horse farm and reportedly cost around $2 million. From the cake and gown to the massive reception, everything about the marriage was so lavish that we still can’t get enough of it.
- Geraldine Guyot and Alexander Arnault
LVMH scion Alexander Arnault married accessories designer Geraldine Guyot in Venice last year. The affair was attended by big names including Jay-Z, Beyonce, Pharrell Williams, and Roger Federer. Also, apart from this two-day event, the couple went through a small wedding in Paris which took place on Giudecca Island.
- Nina Flohr and Prince Phillipos of Greece and Denmark
The union of Nina Flohr and Prince Phillipos is another royal marriage that will stay in news for a long time. The lavish affair was preceded by a civil ceremony that was held in St.Moriz along with a smaller part in Cambridge that was thrown for close friends of the couple. The wedding was also attended by many royal delegates who flew from all around Europe making it truly a fairy-tale affair.
- Kitty Spencer and Michael Lewis
Kitty Spencer, the niece of Late Princess Diana got married to tycoon Michael Lewis in a three-day affair in Rome. The wedding gown worn by the bride was one in a million as it was inspired by Victorian design. All this made the marriage one of the majestic weddings of recent years.
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