For most of the people it’s unreasonable to pay more than $100K for a wedding. But celebrities find that amount as pin money. When it comes to their wedding, stars are ready to reach deep into their pockets. Leaving people mesmerized and speechless by the glamour, wondering if that is even possible. So here are some of the most expensive celebrity weddings.
Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston
Back in the 90’s when Brad and Jennifer were madly in love an estimated $1 million was spend for an extravagant wedding to meet up Brad’s expectations. The wedding theme was Zen Garden with over 50.000 flowers to complete the effect, four bands and gospel choir and on top of all that fireworks.
Christina Aguilera and Jordan Bratman
As most celebrity couples Christina and Jordan are no longer happy in love, but when they were, they didn’t go cheap and organized $2 million wedding. Christina found Napa Valley perfect for her winter landscape wedding. With roses, amaryllis, branches and hundreds of birch trees organized by a wedding planner.
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel
Closing down Italian resort like Borgo Eganzia for a wedding sure is romantic, but it doesn’t come cheap. Justin and Jessica spent $6.5 million for their wedding in 2012.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West
When the wedding dress costs $400K, the venue $500K and marble table for the reception costs $478K, you know it’s going to be expensive wedding. Kim and Kanye laid out astonishing $12 million on their wedding.
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes
Mission Impossible hero Tom Cruise left the high-tech motive and paid $3.5 million for a wedding in a medieval Italian castle. With classical music, fireworks and 300 bottles of red Barbesco wine.
Prince William and Kate Middleton
List of expensive weddings wouldn’t be complete without royalty weddings. Even that the wedding of Prince William is on the budget side based on the standards of royal weddings, it still costs $34 million. Besides the normal royal wedding expenses, the cost included double paycheck for the policeman for working on a holiday.