When Elizabeth Hurley married Arun Nayarthe in 2007, the couple had not just one wedding but twoelaborate weddings. One wedding was classic British while the other one was a traditional Indian ceremony, which suited both of their families cultures. The couple was featured in Hello Magazine, and People Magazine as the wedding was extremely luxurious while being very unique to both cultures. In the last several years we are seeing a huge impact of the Asian and Indian culture on the wedding industry as North America becomes more culturally diverse. At one time, a red wedding gown wasn't something to be found in a typical bridal gown boutique, but today they are commonly featured in many designer bridal collections. In the Asian and Indian culture, the traditional colour of the bridal gown is red, not white as we classically have seen in North America. We are seeing many Indian brides become more diverse themselves as (Read More.....)
Liz Hurley's wedding is STILL the most talked about wedding to date. In 1995, with no prior modelling experience, Hurley was introduced as an Estée Lauder spokesmodel. Hurley has since featured in wedding ads for Lauder's 'Pleasures', 'Beautiful', 'Dazzling', 'Tuscany per Donna', and 'Sensuous' fragrances as well as participated in campaigns for the company's other cosmetics. Hurley and Arun Nayar's wedding celebration in 2007 was one of the most lavish and interesting weddings combining both an English ceremony and an Indian celebration. The couple exchanged vows at Sudeley Castle in Gloucestershire before 300 guests which Sir Elton John walked Hurley down the aisle. They held a party for friends including Prince Pavlos of Greece, Tom Ford,Valentino, Eva Herzigova, Flavio Briatore Elton John, Kate Moss and Elle Macpherson. Hurley wore a gown by Donatella Versace, and an outstanding Chopard diamond tiara worn in her hair.
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