The $2.5 million wedding package from Mexico’s Grand Velas Resorts is sure to suit even the most discerning billionaire brides and grooms… while the rest of us can dream.
Available at Grand Velas Resorts in either Riviera Maya or Riviera Nayarit — and, in 2017, at the new Grand Velas Los Cabos — this fantasy wedding is planned by New York City’s Brilliant Event Planning and allows for a guest list of up to 100 people.
While wedding guests must secure their own transportation, the happy couple will be flown to Mexico via private jet from anywhere in the U.S. Upon arrival, guests are welcomed with a refreshing towel, spritzed in the couple’s signature scent, before being treated to a relaxing head and neck massage. Custom welcome gifts, tequila service and a drawn bath, also using the couple’s signature scent, await guests in their suites.
The evening brings an elegant rehearsal dinner with a performance by a musical guest of your choice: Gavin Degraw, Demi Lovato, Lenny Kravitz, Kelly Clarkson, Meghan Trainor and Diana Ross are among the possible options.
On the big day, the bride will be adorned in her custom dress by Michael Costello – who has dressed Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez and Lady Gaga – for the ceremony and an around-the-clock glam squad will keep her looking cool, no matter how hot the weather gets.
The package also includes custom wedding bands, plus the services of a top photographer and cinematographer to capture each champagne-and-caviar moment.
After the ceremony, party down with fireworks and music provided by a top DJ like La Rue, Cebu or Felix Da House Cat. The wedded couple will also show off their moves during a first dance choreographed by Dancing With the Stars alum Karina Smirnoff, who will travel to the couple before the wedding to rehearse.
A twelve-piece band, custom linens, engraved flatware and an oversized flower wall — think of the one Kanye West and Kim Kardashian had at their Italian wedding, — are also included.
For full details on the Billionaire’s Wedding package, visit velasweddings.com
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