The Top Locations for Celebrity Weddings Might Surprise You
Some celebs, such as Alison Brie and Dave Franco, miraculously manage to keep the details of their wedding day super discreet. But other stars are happy to share, dishing details on everything from the guest list to the dress. (Emmy Rossum talked to Vogue about the gown she wore for her intimate NYC wedding to Sam Esmail.)
Besides getting a good look at the bride’s dress (if there is one, of course), one of the most interesting things is finding out the location. Some — like Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel, who had a backyard Brentwood, California, shindig — prefer to keep things close to home (but still lavish).
Miranda Kerr, Evan Spiegel Getting Married At Home in Backyard Wedding (PHOTOS) https://t.co/BG5bSRMwe7
— TMZ (@TMZ) May 27, 2017
And they’re not the only ones. At-home California weddings are one of the top celeb wedding spots, according to E! News. One of the most memorable in recent history? Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux’s surprise wedding at their Beverly Hills home in 2015.
The English Countryside and Italy (remember Kim and Kanye’s dream wedding there? OMG) rank as some of the most popular celeb-wedding destinations as well, and Allison Williams and Kate Bosworth had classic nuptials in Wyoming and Montana, respectively, making the American west popular too. Huh!
E!’s full list includes the American West, Manhattan townhouses (Beyonce and Jay Z did this, as did Mary-Kate Olsen), Santa Barbara’s San Ysidro Ranch, Beverly Hills, the English Countryside and Italy as recent hotspots.
Even if New Zealand is currently ranking as one of 2017’s hottest wedding destinations, according to Pinterest, maybe the money would be better spent staying closer to home — after all, keeping things budget friendly is all the rage rn.
What was the most lavish wedding you’ve ever been to? Let us know @BritandCo!
(h/t E!, photos via Neilson Barnard, Pascal Le Segretain/Getty)
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