Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter
The celebrity couple married on Valentine’s Day in a private ceremony held near Brighstone on the Isle of Wight. Sophie looked stunning in an elegant silver lace wedding dress by Valentino, but didn’t pose for photos after the ceremony, heading straight to the reception with their guests. The couple who were expecting their first child waited until after the awards season to enjoy their honeymoon in Tahiti and Bora Bora.
All these stars would off had a huge budget to be able to afford the weddings they wanted buying gifts for the attendees, suits for the groomsmen and even hiring their own drink companies like a Mobile Bar Hire Cheltenham business that you could find on sites like https://www.wearethemoversandshakers.com/ that will come along to your wedding with a wide selection of soft and alcoholic drinks.
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
The stars, famous for their Rum Diary roles, had not one but two weddings. The official ceremony was a small affair in Los Angeles, and this was followed by a beach wedding on Depp’s private island in the Bahamas. Amber wore a traditional white, long-sleeved wedding gown and veil while her groom dressed in a white tuxedo. Beautiful wedding shots were captured from their wedding photographer. According to the Daily Mail the wedding guests enjoyed an amazing and relaxing weekend with food provided by private chefs.
Stephen Fry and Elliott Spencer
Actor and comedian Stephen Fry married his partner Elliott Spencer, a stand-up comedian and writer at a register office in Norfolk. They both wore green carnations in homage to Oscar Wilde whose followers wore them in the nineteenth century, and a mini “Oscar” witnessed the ceremony. The wedding was very quiet, but Fry has since released a few photos, including one of them cutting the cake.
Andy Murray and Kim Sears
Dunblane Cathedral was the venue for the marriage of Andy Murray and Kim Sears. The ceremony was conducted by the Reverend Colin Renwick and attended by friends and family of the couple, with tennis celebrities mainly absent.
According to the Mirror the groom’s mother, Judy Murray, defied convention by wearing white (with some taupe accents). Apparently mothers can take longer than the bride herself to choose their wedding outfits, and celebrity mothers are no exception.
Declan Donnelly and Ali Astall
They were married in Newcastle by the groom’s brother, Father Dermott Donnelly with Ant McPartlin as best man. The bride wore an elegant ivory silk gown for the marriage which took place at St Michael’s Church, Elswick and many fans waited outside to watch the celebrities attending.