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Madelaine Brockway and Jacob LaGrone: 'The wedding of the century'


Madelaine Brockway and Jacob LaGrone threw a wedding bash on November 18 that's making headlines as the viral wedding of the century.


The rehearsal dinner took place at the Ópera de París, founded in Paris by Louis XIV in 1669.


Imagine violins playing, Madelaine in a stunning Dior dress, and a rehearsal dinner at the fancy Palace of Versailles. The whole event was like a fairytale, leaving everyone in awe.

As the night fell over Versailles, the scene was set with thousands of white flowers on tables, violinists playing in the background, and a light show beaming the couple's initials into the sky.


The wedding cake was a masterpiece, covered in flowers, and Maroon 5, fronted by Adam Levine, topped off the night with a special performance.


The wedding


What truly captivates attention is the jaw-dropping revelation made by the magazine magazine regarding the astronomical cost of this union – a staggering $59 million. This exorbitant figure encompassed various elements, including the rental of the opulent Palace of Versailles, adorned with magnificent bouquets of vibrant flowers. The couple also enjoyed a royal residence 19 kilometers west of Paris, adding an extra touch of luxury to their nuptial experience.


While the exact location of the ceremony remains a well-guarded secret, glimpses from videos suggest that the festivities unfolded in a picturesque garden with panoramic views of the iconic Eiffel Tower.


Delving into Madelaine Brockway's background, she hails from a prestigious lineage. Her father, Bob Brockway, holds the esteemed positions of CEO and president of the Ussery Automotive Group, as reported by Vanity Fair. Meanwhile, her mother, Paula Brockway, serves as the vice president of the Coral Gables branch of Mercedes Benz in Florida, embodying success and sophistication.












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This bride took the opportunity toshine and look amazing at her different bachelorette parties.

This sentiment isn't expressed solely in reference to the rosy evening beneath the desert skies or the genuine gathering labeled "Aliens Amongst Us." Instead, it finds its resonance in the crowning event, the opulent conclusion titled "Marie Antoinette's Last Halloween." During this grand finale, the bride adorned herself in a petticoat and powdered wig, evoking the ambiance of the 16th century.



In summary, Madelaine Brockway and Jacob LaGrone's union transcends the realms of opulence and extravagance, redefining the standards for a truly spectacular wedding. From the enchanting setting at the Palace of Versailles to the star-studded musical performances, this wedding will undoubtedly be etched in the annals of matrimonial grandeur.

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