On July 31st, 2010 the happy wedding ceremony of Chelsea Clinton and Marce Mezvinsky was well-prepared and peacefully took place at Astor Courts in Rhinebeck, New York. The so-called wedding of the year surrounded by family and their close friends had the participation of many celebrities. In addition to expected celebrities like Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg and Sir John Major, others famous names turned up at the ceremony including the former secretary of state Madeleine Albright, the film producer Steve Bing and the dress designer Vera Wang.
The ceremony was conducted by a rabbi and a priest because Chelsea is Methodist while Marce is Jewish. The bride wore the strapless white gown designed by Vera Wang and carried a bouquet of white flowers. It was reported that the security during Chelsea’s important day was very tight. The road to Astor Courts was blocked off and the above fly zone was not allowed. Even U.S. current President Barack Obama was not invited to ensure that the ceremony took place smoothly.
Let’s have an inside look at happy moments of Chelsea Clinton’s wedding!
Everyone was eagerly waiting for the upcoming wedding of the year
The guest list was limited between 400 and 500 without President Barack Obama
Mascots parade around the town to congratulate Chelsea’s wedding
Designer Vera Wang is the author of the strapless white gown Chelsea wore at the ceremony
Former secretary of state Madeleine Albright
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton walks his daughter Chelsea on the wedding day
The wedding of Marc Mezvinsky and Chelsea Clinton took place in tight security
The young couple tied the knot after a long relationship
Former US president and the current US secretary of state with the young couple
Chelsea and her husband after the ceremony
Preparations for luxury wedding ceremony of Chelsea Clinton
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