Vera Wang’s design featured trendy details at the time such as raw-edged laser-cut organza swirls on skirt and train, and a cathedral-length veil. It cost $25,000 to make the crystal-encrusted belt. Chelsea clinton wedding kept her jewelry minimal to make the belt shine. She wore simple diamond earrings and a matching tennis bracelet. The bouquet consisted of monochromatic ivory flowers, wrapped in a white ribbon.
Mezvinsky was 32 when he wore a Burberry suit and a thin black tie. This was designed by Christopher Bailey, Burberry’s creative director. In keeping with Jewish tradition, Mezvinsky wore a tallit (or Jewish prayer shawl) and a yarmulke.
About the Ceremony
The interfaith ceremony celebrated Chelsea’s Methodist BLUE LINE heritage and Mezvinsky’s Jewish faith. Reverend William Shillady, and Rabbi James Ponet officiated the ceremony.
The couple exchanged vows outdoors. A Jewish chuppah, made from fresh roses and hydrangeas, was used to hold the ceremony. It cost between $35,000- $45,000. To honor Jewish tradition, wedding guests were asked to read the Seven Blessings and Leo Marks’ poem “The Life That I Have.”
Chelsea Clinton Wedding Florals
Chelsea Clinton’s wedding design was timeless, as was her choice of flowers. The couple used roses and hydrangeas to decorate their wedding flowers. They also used a variety of pinks, purples, and blues. The creative brain behind the flowers was Jeff Leatham (artistic director at Four Seasons George V in Paris, and the beloved, go to floral designer for the Kardashians).
Marc Mevinsky and Chelsea Clinton: Details of the Wedding Reception
The St. Regis Hotel in New York City provided a top-quality menu that included delights such as Atlantic char, short ribs and gluten-free rolls. Chelsea’s father, Bill Clinton, made a toast at the reception. He told the guests and their families that he felt “outnumbered” by the women in his family since chelsea clinton wedding was a small child. But, with Mezvinsky joining the family, “the playing fields are even.”
Chelsea and her father danced to Frank Sinatra’s “The Way You Look Tonight.” She and her husband then choreographed a routine for their first dance to Etta’s classic “At last.” The 18-piece orchestra, which included a big band orchestra, kept everyone dancing until the early hours of the morning.
Chelsea Clinton Wedding Cake Details (It was GF!)
It was quite a sight to see the couple’s wedding cake. According to La Tulipe Desserts’ baker, the wedding cake was made up of nine tiers. It weighed in at approximately 500 pounds and measured four feet high. The cake was all white with 1,000 edible white sugar flowers hand-placed on top. The vanilla cake was gluten-free in order to accommodate Chelsea’s allergy. It also featured dark chocolate mousse filled with mostly organic and local ingredients.