Saturday, November 18, 2006

TomKat wedding vows!

Pictures not available yet

off of ONTD:

TomKaT Wedding inside info

The Place: Odeslcachi Castle towering above the medieval hilltop town of Bracciano, near Rome

When: after dusk before a Scientology minister flown in from the US for the service.

What they Wore: Armani

the Dress: strapless cream gown covered in thousands of crystals by Giorgio Armani and wearing underwear estimated to have cost a mere $3000

The Bridesmaids: adopted daughter Isabella, 13, joined Katie's sisters as bridesmaids, wearing navy chiffon gowns

Who was there: Will Smith, Jim Carrey, Jennifer Lopez, Brooke Shields, John Travolta, Kelly Preston, Steven Spielberg, Russell Crowe,Victoria Beckham, Mission Impossible director JJ Abrams, Andrea Bocelli, 120 photographers, 200 journalists,200 TV technicians..and 40,000 gawkers (heh)

To Katie, Tom said: "And do you ken that by the customs of our race you pledge to him, and only him, your kiss and your caress?"Katie responded: "I do."

The minister then said: "Well, then, know that life is stark and often somewhat grim and tiredness and fret and pain and sickness do beget a state of mind where spring romance is far away and dead and yet for valour and for strength you must abide, create still his health, his purpose and repose. Do you?" Katie: "I do."

Minister: "And do you take his fortune at its prime and ebb and seek with him best fortune for us all? Do you?" Katie: "I do."

Minister: "Good, then. I am sure you will, and surer yet that you'll fare well and staunchly as a wife."

To Tom he said: "And when she's older do you then keep her still? Do you?"
Tom: "I do."

Minister: "Now, Tom, girls need clothes, and food and tender happiness and frills. A pan, a comb, perhaps a cat. All caprice, if you will. But still they need them. Do you then provide? Do you?" Tom: "I do."

Those at the wedding were to receive "goody bags", complete with monogrammed towels bearing the couple's initials and designer sunglasses.

About 6000 candles were ordered to light the castle, reportedly rented for $2.48 million, and fireworks were ordered to flood the night sky.

What it cost?in excess of $1.2million

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