Celebrity·Posted on Jun 25, 2022Celeb Wedding Details That Live Rent Free In My MindSay "I do" want to hear more about these unforgettable wedding tidbits!by Devin HerendaBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Celebrity weddings are often noteworthy affairs — two public figures tying the knot is bound to have everyone talking. Plus, these events usually consist of some interesting BTS facts. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF HBO / Via giphy.com For example, Beyoncé's mom, Tina Knowles, who made many epic outfits as the costume designer of Destiny's Child, created Beyoncé's wedding dress for her and Jay-Z's 2008 nuptials. Various other Hollywood marriage ceremonies contain details that I won't soon forget. Here are 22 interesting facts about the nuptials of some top celeb couples. 1. David and Victoria Beckham were reportedly influenced by a Disney animated film while planning their 1999 wedding. Darren Gerrish / WireImage for White Company / Getty Images Hello! Magazine wrote that David and Victoria went with a purple, green and burgundy color scheme as a nod to Disney's 1973 film, Robin Hood. 2. Ariana Grande wore mismatched diamond and pearl Lorraine Schwartz earrings with a special meaning for her 2021 wedding to Dalton Gomez. View this photo on Instagram arianagrande/photokohli/Instagram / Via instagram.com Not only did the earrings go with Ariana's engagement ring and pay homage to the singer's Sweetener style, but one earring being right side up and the other upside down was symbolic for an additional reason. Vogue wrote that this combination "represents appreciating the lowest or the 'upside down' moments in [Ariana's] life and how they have contributed to where and who she is now." 3. One of Priyanka Chopra's dresses for her 2018 wedding to Nick Jonas was embellished with millions of sequins. View this photo on Instagram priyankachopra/josevilla/Instagram / Via instagram.com Priyanka wore two looks for the ceremony, one of which was a custom Ralph Lauren outfit. Creating the emsemble included adding 32,000 pearlescent sequins to Priyanka's hand-embroidered coat, plus embellishing the strapless dress worn underneath it with over two million more sequins. 4. Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher exchanged $90 and $100 wedding bands when they tied the knot in 2015. David Livingston / FilmMagic / Getty Images Mila revealed on Conan in 2016 that Ashton bought her a "stunning" engagement ring, but the wedding bands she chose for their nuptials were simpler in taste. Both were from Etsy; Mila's band cost $90, while Ashton's was $100."I wanted the thinnest possible platinum band," Mila said. "I went on Etsy and was like, '$90? ... Buy now.'" 5. Jay-Z and Beyoncé's wedding venue was adorned with 70,000 white orchids. Kevin Mazur / Getty Images for Sean Combs The white dendrobium orchids, which are Beyoncé's favorite flowers, were brought in from Thailand for the 2008 wedding ceremony. 6. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's 2014 wedding included a 224-foot marble table where guests sat and viewed the skyline of Florence, Italy. View this photo on Instagram kimkardashian/Instagram / Via instagram.com To put it in perspective, the table, which was transported in by a crane, was nearly three-fourths as tall as the Statue of Liberty. After almost seven years of marriage, the couple's divorce was announced in 2021. 7. The bouquet Meghan Markle carried when she married Prince Harry in 2018 had flowers that Harry himself picked. Ben Birchall / AFP via Getty Images Flowers in the bouquet were handpicked by Harry at a private Kensington Palace garden. Some of these flowers were forget-me-nots, Princess Diana's favorites, in honor of the late royal. 8. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's wedding outfits both included contributions from their kids. Frank Trapper / Corbis via Getty Images Angelina's wedding dress and veil were created with the help of the late Versace tailor, Luigi Massi. Luigi sewed in "dozens of designs" that were hand-drawn by her and Brad's kids, per People. After Brad forgot to pack the tie he planned to wear for the 2014 nuptials, he borrowed a tie from one of his sons and wore it instead. The marriage ended when Angelina filed for divorce in 2016. 9. Arthur Miller gave Marilyn Monroe a borrowed ring when they exchanged vows in 1956. Bettmann / Bettmann/CORBIS / Getty Images The ring Arthur presented to Marilyn on their wedding day was borrowed from his mother. Three days after their nuptials, a new wedding band he bought for Marilyn was inscribed with the message, "A to M, June 1956. Now is forever."After five years of marriage, the pair divorced in 1961. 10. Nicole Richie and Joel Madden's wedding featured a live elephant. Frazer Harrison / Getty Images Nicole said on Larry King Live! in 2005, via Us Weekly, that she wanted "a very, very big wedding" with "hundreds of people and elephants." She explained that she wanted an elephant present "because elephants are really good luck, and they're beautiful animals."When the TV star and fashion mogul married Joel Madden in 2010, she followed through on these plans. On the day of their nuptials, an elephant was seen at Lionel Richie's home, which is where the ceremony took place. 11. Alexis Ohanian surprised Serena Williams with a carousel during their 2017 fairy tale wedding. View this photo on Instagram Mel Barlow + Allan Zepeda / Instagram: @jzevents / Via Instagram: @jzevents At around 1:30 a.m., near the end of the couple's wedding celebration, Alexis revealed "an illuminated, all-white carousel" as a final surprise for Serena, Vogue wrote. The wedding had other whimsical details such as Disney music, chandeliers covered by gold birdcages and "throne-like chairs." 12. Katie Holmes' wedding to Tom Cruise was literally her childhood wish fulfillment. Wireimage House / WireImage / Getty Imagese Katie told Seventeen Magazine in 2004 that she “used to think [she] was going to marry Tom Cruise" as a young girl. By April 2005, her dream was on its way to coming true when the two made their first public outing as a couple. They married during a $3 million ceremony in 2006 and divorced six years later. 13. Sabrina Dhowre Elba's wedding train was embroidered with a tattoo of her husband's, Idris Elba. View this photo on Instagram SeanThomas_Photo/britishvogue/Instagram / Via instagram.com Designer Vera Wang custom-made Sabrina's wedding gown for the 2019 nuptials. Vera told Vogue that Sabrina asked for the bottom of her train to be embroidered with the phrase, "This train carries no wrong-doers" as a tribute to an arm tattoo that Idris bears. 14. Michael Jordan and Yvette Prieto used the biggest wedding tent in history for their 2013 nuptials. Jamie Mccarthy / Getty Images for Cincoro The tent was also larger than Michael's own home — his house takes up 35,000 square feet, while the tent totaled 40,000 square feet. 15. Samira Wiley and Lauren Morelli chose a Funfetti theme for their 2017 wedding. Jason Laveris / FilmMagic / Getty Images "My favorite detail from that wedding turned into confetti everywhere," Samira told The Knot of this theme. "We had a confetti cannon ... It shoots thousands of pieces of confetti right after the beat drops. It's amazing." 16. Keanu Reeves traveled by motorcycle to Robert Downey Jr.'s 2005 wedding to producer Susan Levin. Wireimage House / WireImage / Getty Images, Jun Sato / WireImage / Getty Images, Guests of the event, which took place on Long Island, New York, also included Sting and Billy Joel. 17. Sarah Jessica Parker went the unconventional route and wore a black dress when she married Matthew Broderick in 1997. Steve Granitz / WireImage / Getty Images Sarah Jessica told Marie Claire in 2006 that she chose to wear a black dress for her wedding so she wouldn't attract as much attention to herself. She later wished she'd worn a traditional white dress instead."I wore black on my wedding day, and I really regret that. I was too embarrassed to get married in white, and both Matthew and I were reluctant to have people pay so much attention to us," Sarah Jessica said. "Which is ridiculous, because that's when you can relish the attention, when it's natural. We treated it like it was a big party on a Monday night, and I regret it." 18. Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka's son served as the "orange boy" for their big day. Neil Patrick Harris @ActuallyNPH Guess what? @DavidBurtka and I got married over the weekend. In Italy. Yup, we put the 'n' and 'd' in 'husband'. 01:18 PM - 08 Sep 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite ActuallyNPH/Twitter / Via Twitter: @actuallynph During an episode of Live! With Kelly and Michael, per E! News, Kelly Ripa, who was a guest at the 2014 ceremony, explained this wedding detail. Neil and David's son, Gideon, was originally going to be the ring bearer at their wedding but instead said, "I want to be the orange boy." Kelly recalled that Gideon "passed out oranges to everybody as he came down the aisle." Neil and David's daughter, Harper, meanwhile served as the flower girl. 19. Julia Roberts walked down the aisle barefoot when she tied the knot with her first husband, Lyle Lovett. Ron Galella, Ltd. / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images The Pretty Woman star opted for an understated Commes des Garçons white dress for the 1993 nuptials, which People reported occurred after a whirlwind romance of "three or four weeks." The marriage later ended in 1995. Julia went on to marry cinematographer Daniel Moder in 2002, while Lyle married April Kimble in 2017. 20. Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker had rotating three tier cakes at each table for their 2022 wedding ceremony in Portofino, Italy. Cindy Ord / Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue The wedding had numerous other extravagant details, such as a live performance of "Can't Help Falling in Love" sung by Andrea Bocelli and a whole bunch of Dolce & Gabbana. 21. Joe Manganiello busted out a Magic Mike dance routine during his and Sofía Vergara's wedding reception. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @sofiavergara / Via instagram.com Joe recreated his Magic Mike XXL convenience store dance number when the couple's wedding DJ played "I Want It That Way" at the 2015 wedding reception. 22. Lily Allen and David Harbour celebrated their 2020 Las Vegas wedding with a meal at In-N-Out Burger. View this photo on Instagram dkharbour/Instagram / Via instagram.com "In a wedding officiated by the king himself, the people’s princess wed her devoted, low born, but kind credit card holder in a beautiful ceremony lit by the ashen skies courtesy of a burning state miles away in the midst of a global pandemic," David wrote on Instagram alongside photos of the couple at the Graceland Wedding Chapel, and later, at In-N-Out. "Refreshments were served at a small reception following."