On Saturday, Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz made their union official with a star-studded ceremony in Palm Beach, Florida, at the Peltz’s $103 million family estate. The Daily Mail reports the wedding cost $4 million and was held under a massive tent with a stage and an overwhelming number of flower garlands. The tent was on the mansion’s ocean front lawn, making it a romantic setting in nature.
The couple were joined by six groomsman and six bridesmaids on either side up on stage, and they chose to have a Jewish ceremony, though it did technically take place before sundown that day and the end of the sabbath. Peltz’s family is Jewish, and so is David Beckham’s maternal grandfather. Brooklyn crushed a glass in a napkin under the chuppah, and the couple received a blessing from their rabbi before kissing in front of their friends and family.
In the wedding party were Brooklyn’s brothers Romeo and Cruz, and his 10-year-old sister Harper was in the bridal party, wearing a white dress with a dark sash at the waist and a flower crown. Brooklyn’s father, David Beckham, read one of the blessings during the ceremony.
Afterwards, guests enjoyed an elaborate cocktail event prepared by celebrity chef Thierry Isambert. Other famous guests included Mel C of the Spice Girls, Eva Longoria, Rachel Zoe, Serena Williams, and Gordon Ramsay.
There were an estimated 300 guests in attendance, and there was apparently quite a squeeze as they rolled up to join the festivities, with lines of limos and expensive cars forming around the estate’s main entrance. Palm Beach police were on hand to direct the traffic.
A source told the Daily Mail, “It’s a nice event, not too big, it will be black tie. There is heavy security and the hundreds of guests have been asked not to share pictures of the bride and groom as they have an exclusive arrangement with Vogue, who will put pictures up on their website.”
They added, “Lots of the guests are bringing their own hair and make-up artists — it’s that sort of event.”
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