Monte-Carlo wedding venues
Monte-Carlo and the most romantic weddings…
Everybody still has in mind the “The Wedding of the Century.” According to Wikipedia, Kelly and Rainier had both civil and religious weddings. The 40-minute civil ceremony took place in the Palace Throne Room of Monaco on April 18, 1956, and was broadcast across Europe. To cap the ceremony, the 142 official titles (counterparts of Rainier’s) that Kelly acquired in the union were formally recited. The following day the church ceremony took place at Monaco’s Saint Nicholas Cathedral.
Kelly’s wedding dress, designed by MGM’s Academy Award–winning Helen Rose, was worked on for six weeks by three dozen seamstresses. The bridesmaid’s gowns were designed by Joe Allen Hong at Neiman Marcus after Lawrence Marcus visited Monaco.
The 600 guests included Hollywood stars David Niven and his wife Hjördis, Gloria Swanson, Ava Gardner, the crowned head Aga Khan, Gloria Guinness, Aimée de Heeren, Daisy Fellowes, Etti Plesch, Lady Diana Cooper, and Conrad Hilton. Frank Sinatra initially accepted an invitation but at the last minute decided otherwise, afraid of upstaging the bride on her wedding day. The ceremony was watched by an estimated 30 million people on television.
The prince and princess left that night for their seven-week Mediterranean honeymoon cruise on Rainier’s yacht, Deo Juvante II.
Monte-Carlo is well-known for luxury accross the world. Many people celebrate their wedding in Monte-Carlo for its glamorous side.
We can provide the following services on top of the villa’s availability:
As we are one of the leading planner events organization on the French Riviera, we can offer you many other different services.
You will find below some examples of the services we can provide you through our various top partners whereas you wish to organize a birthday, a wedding, a product launch or a conference:
- Floral design
- Set designer and furniture
- Singers and musicians
- Activities and sport
- Security services
- Light and sound designer