Top 10 Most Expensive Weddings In The World Till Date

They say weddings take place in heaven. Certainly, but for this once-in-a-lifetime celebration many people are willing to spend a fortune. While in hindsight, only a handful of people can afford such a lavish wedding, there are some public figures for whom the sky is the limit.

So, here in the blog below, we’re going to check out these names that have had the most extravagant wedding celebrations yet.

  1. Prince Charles and Lady Diana
    Net cost: $ 137 million
    Also billed as the ‘wedding of the century’, everything about Prince Charles and Lady Diana’s wedding was dreamy. From her iconic gown that made a statement for years to come, to an estimated guest list of 3,500, this royal wedding can never be replicated.

  1. Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal
    Net cost: $ 100 million
    Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal’s wedding is considered one of the most extravagant Indian weddings of all time. While the wedding was graced by many notable celebrities and politicians, what took home the cake was Beyonce’s private concert. Ambanis also donated food to feed 5,100 people, which is a rare feat in weddings today.

  1. Sushanto Roy and Seemanto Roy
    Net cost: US $ 75 million
    Sahara India Pariwar President Subrato Roy organized a joint wedding for his sons in 2004. The wedding was a spectacle in his field as he was graced by 11,000 visitors and around 150,000 homeless people also received food .

  1. Vanisha Mittal and Amit Bhatia
    Net cost: $ 55 million
    Another marriage that will be remembered for years to come is the union of Vanisha Mittal and Amit Bhatia. The celebration was so lavish that it was listed in the “Guinness Book of World Records”. Everything from the cooking, arrangements and decorations were taken care of during the 6-day event at the Palace of Versailles.

  1. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
    Net cost: $ 45.8 million
    When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decided to tie the knot, everyone across the world immediately wanted to be a part of this royal affair. Much like her parents, the marriage has become one of the most sought-after affairs of the decade with a large sum going to security measures.

  1. Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas
    Net cost: $ 40 million
    In 2018, former Miss World Priyanka Chopra married American singer-songwriter Nick Jonas. The wedding is said to have taken place at the Taj Umaid Bhawan Palace and cost around $ 40 million for its lavish arrangements.

  1. Prince William and Kate Middleton
    Net cost: 34 million US dollars
    This is yet another royal wedding to make our list. Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding ceremony at Westminster Abbey in 2011 brought together many celebrities. An estimated $ 24 million was spent on security measures and the remaining $ 4 million was spent on flowers.

  1. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West
    Net cost: $ 12 million
    Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s wedding is a ceremony marked by many extravagances. From the $ 500,000 Givenchy dress, lavish venue and decorations, an estimated $ 12 million to $ 20 million was spent on the case.

  1. Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma
    Net cost: 10 million dollars
    Many hearts were broken when Indian cricketer Virat Kohli and Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma decided to tie the knot. The couple held a private ceremony in Tuscany with only relatives attending the wedding. Both were decked out in gorgeous outfits, and the cost of the entire ceremony was around $ 10 million.

  1. Wayne Rooney and Coleen McLoughlin
    Net cost: $ 8 million
    Manchester United footballer Wayne Rooney and Coleen Mcloughlin are the latest to make our list. The couple got married at Villa Durazzo in an impeccable ceremony. With five private jets to transport guests among other arrangements, the wedding ceremony cost $ 8 million in total.

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