Top 7 most expensive wedding planners in the world

Every pair desires their wedding night to be the most unforgettable and unique day of their lives, and superstars are no exception. That’s why they enlist the services of the best in the business to organize their big day. Such wedding planners assist in bringing their renowned customers’ visions to reality through their knowledge, innovation, and competence.

So, here’s a look at five of the world’s most coveted wedding planners who have been responsible for a slew of high-profile weddings.

  1. Colin Cowie
    Colin Cowie has established himself as a prominent influence inside the design and production of events worldwide during the last 30 years. The organization could manage it all from modest gatherings of 50 to large-scale performances for over 5,000 people. Ryan Seacrest, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lopez, and Kim Kardashian West are among his clients.
    Price: $25,000 to $25 million
    Location: New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Francisco, and Saratoga Springs.

  1. Fête
    Jung Lee started her firm after collaborating on private events with everybody from Joseph Altuzarra to Stephen King. Fête is indeed a New York-based full-service wedding planning and design agency. Lee and her staff are in charge of organizing events across the world. Lee and her staff are in charge of organizing events all over the world. They specialize in designing high-design, highly personalized events. The organization is well-known for its unique placement charts and place cards.
    Price: $250,000 to $1 million
    Location: New York

  1. Rafanelli Events
    Many of the most prominent bridal periodicals have praised founder Bryan Rafanelli for the way he and his crew approach each event like an innovative thinking endeavor. The company took a personalized, one-of-a-kind technique to each client. A handful of America’s First Families have become fans of Rafanelli. He conceptualized and designed Chelsea Clinton’s wedding and several of President Barack Obama’s White House Formal Dinners and gatherings.
    Price:  $250,000 to $1 million
    Location: New York and Boston

  1. Tara Guérard
    Tara Guérard is indeed a famous wedding planner who is in high demand. Southern Weddings: New Looks From the Old South, her book, encapsulates her design aesthetic. Consider conventional silver candlesticks and tastefully placed monograms, with such a touch of the surprises thrown in for good measure.
    Price: $250,000 to $1 million
    Location: Charleston and New York City

  1. Weiss, Mindy
    Mindy Weiss has coordinated parties for Nicole Richie, Ellen DeGeneres, Portia de Rossi, La La Anthony, and Carmelo Anthony. As one might assume, her parties are expensive affairs, whether held on a beach, in such a ballroom, or a beautiful garden. She’s known for going above and beyond. The wedding couple climbed a stairway to cut an oversized cake at another one of her marriages, and Nicole Richie had an elephant, welcome visitors, at her ceremony.
    Price: $20,000 to $1 million
    Location: New York and Beverly Hills

  1. Fait Accompli
    Along with Camilla Monckton, the company’s founder and director, Alex Fitzgibbons, has perfected the art of prudence and the capacity to produce rich, spectacular events on such a global scale. As the favorite event planner for such a British royal family, they had planned a slew of royal events, such as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding ceremony in 2011 and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding just a few months ago.
    Price: $250,000 to $1 million
    Location: London

  1. Sarah Haywood
    Sarah Haywood, dubbed “Britain’s most sought-after wedding planner,” has designed opulent celebrations for celebrities all over the world. She only takes on a few clients and gives highly customized service, which involves appointments from celebrities such as J Lo and John Legend.
    Price: $250,000 to $6.1 million
    Location: London

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