Gift registry for $56,000,000 'wedding of the century' is absolutely wild
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The gift registry of a couple whose $56 million wedding went viral is gobsmacking.
If you have enough money to throw a $56,000,000 wedding, what else could you possibly need?
Well, apparently there's no limit on what the super rich desire.
While most of us begin to write lists to Santa which include items such as socks - or a Chocolate Orange if we're lucky - an American couple have been asking for such extravagant items it'll make your eyes water.
Madelaine Day Brockway and Jacob Chase LaGrone's wedding took place on November 18.
You may be sick of hearing about all the weddings which have gone on this year - your wallets extra empty after having to splash out on the stag and hen dos pushed back because of Covid - but this one has gone viral on TikTok for a reason - a $56,000,000 reason.
Brockway had a four-day bachelorette party at a five-star Utah resort and wore a Dior Haute couture wedding dress on the big day, with the pair staying overnight in the Palace of Versailles and had Maroon 5 play a private gig for them.
They also flew all their guests out to Paris on private jets and covered the whole of the palace in flowers.
Oh, and they didn't skimp out on their gift registry either, expecting wedding guests to match the tone of their 'wedding of the century'.
Brockway and LaGrone have not just one, but two registry pages - one with Neiman Marcus and the other, with PS The Letter.
Items on the Neiman Marcus gift registry include serveware such as MacKenzie-Childs Sterling Check Three-Tier Sweet Stand which costs a casual $650.
There's also items such as a centrepiece bowl - $575 - and a soap dispenser which costs $99 - yes, $99 for a soap dispenser.
Oh, and a tissue box with Swarovski Crystals which is $550...
Anyone for a $1,295 frog garden seat? Or how about a $5,800 flower bowl?
A singular picture frame is priced at $1,800 and another $2,600.
You may think the list is ambitious, but many items have been 'fulfilled' according to the site. I have no words.