A 50 million euros wedding with a private concert of Maroon 5, celebrated in Paris
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A 50 million euros wedding with a private concert of Maroon 5, celebrated in Paris

Madelaine Brockway, a wealthy American heiress, and her husband Jacob LaGrone celebrated their wedding in Paris, a wedding that costed over 50 million euros, according to bfmtv.

The american couple got married in Paris few days ago, an event dubbed as "the wedding of the century" by the media, not only for its extraordinary five-day program but also for the staggering numbers involved.

Before the wedding, for Madelaine Brockway's bachelorette party, the wealthy American heiress and daughter of a Texan automobile magnate, along with her friends, headed to the Utah desert for a "cosmic" evening before flying to Paris on a private jet to spend five days at the city's iconic locations.

The welcome dinner, accompanied by a concert by cellists, took place at the privatized Opéra Garnier. Between 35,000 and 40,000 flowers adorned part of the palace, approximately "about 2,000 kilograms of flowers" costing more than "100,000 euros." The flowers were imported from the Netherlands.

Next was a visit to the privatized Palace of Versailles for an overnight stay, followed by a visit to the Chanel haute couture house. The bride's guests then crafted their own bags from the famous brand.

Between a boat cruise on the Seine and a drink at the top of the Arc de Triomphe, a photo shoot also took place at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, emptied of its visitors for the occasion.

Then came the big day. The union of Jacob LaGrone and Madelaine Brockway (in a Dior dress), was celebrated at the Château de Villette in Val-d'Oise, adorned with lily of the valley bouquets, the bride's favorite flower. To conclude the festivities, as entertainment, guests enjoyed a private concert by Maroon 5, followed by a drone show."

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