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Top 10 Most Expensive Wedding Parties In The History

Every woman dreams with the moment of her wedding and gets confused about how will she organize it. Will it be a small party in the beach with the attendance of only the close friends and the family or a big party in one of the biggest hotels in the state? Then after deep thinking about the organization, comes the great main step in the whole wedding… of course it is “How much will it cost?”. Sometimes, you begin to waive some arrangements to balance with your budget and in some other; you insist about all you planned for. now, what will you say if you know that there are some people who pay millions of dollars in their wedding with a cold blood without paying any attention about the cost savings. Here, we will display the top 10 most expensive wedding parties in the History till now.

10 Liza Minnelli & David Gest:

The wedding Party of Liza Minnelli and David Gest was cost 3.5 million dollars and the most important part of this huge ceremony is the show of the singer Natalie Cole who sang the song, “Unforgettable”, which was made especially for this unforgettable night.

9 Elizabeth Hurley & Arun Nayar:

The marriage ceremony of Arun Nayar, the Indian businessman, and Elizabeth Hurley in 2006 which was established  in the castle of the fifteenth century in Britain, then was completed at the Palace of the Amit Bhan. It was nearly cost 7 million dollars  .

 

8 Delphine Arnault & Alessandro Vallarino Gancia:

The wedding party of Delphine Arnault, the daughter of a French businessman, and Alessandro Vallarino Gancia who is a man from other wealthy family was cost 7 million dollars.

7 Wayne Rooney & Coleen McLaughlin:

The marriage ceremony of Wayne Rooney, the famous football player for Manchester United, and Coleen McLaughlin was extended for 4 days on board the yacht in Italy. The concert was cost nearly 15 million dollars.

6 Vikram Chatwal & Priva Sachdey:

The Wedding Party of Vikram Chatwal, the famous Indian hotels owner businessman, and Priva Sachdey, the actress and the fashion model which was a lavish ceremony in 2006. Its cost was amounted to be nearly 20 million dollars.

 

5 Miss Yugoslavia, Alexandra Kokotovic & Andrei Melnichenko:

This wedding is considered one of the most pompous wedding parties in the world. The marriage ceremony of Andrei Melnichenko, the Russian billionaire, and Miss Yugoslavia Aleksandra Kokotovic was characterized with the beauty of the performance of Christina Aguilera. Because of the high cost of Whitney Houston show, the cost of this wedding reached to be 30 million dollars.

4 Prince William & Kate Middleton:

We all saw the wedding party of the British Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton live on the T.V with every single details happened in it: the dress, the engagement diamond ring, the wedding car and the shows. It cost about 34 million dollars to walk down the aisle in 2011.

 

3 Prince Charles & Lady Diana:

Lady Diana Spencer and the Prince of Wales Charles Wedding Party in 1982 was part of imagination. The Lady Diana’s wedding dress cost $13,000 and $600,000 to secure the wedding. This wedding cost about 70 million dollars by today’s standards. It is considered also one of the biggest “wedding of the century”.

2 Vanisha Mittal & Amit Bhatia

This Wedding Party is the most expensive at all. It cost between 60 to 78 million dollars with the attendance of 1000 guest. The big party was set up in 5 star hotel in Paris and there are big fire plays over Eiffel Tower.

1 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum & Princes Salma

The wedding Party of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai’s, is the most expensive wedding party in the whole world like what mentioned in the Guinness Book of World Records. The Party was remained over 7 nights where over 20 thousand people were invited in the stadium of Dubai. It cost about 44 million dollars which equivalent to 100 million today.

 

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