Celebrities were in power to continue the celebration in honor of British Vogue editor Edward Enninful after his husband married Alec Maxwellsin.
Naomi Campbell, Leonardo DiCaprio and Orlando Bloom were among the famous stars who threw a honeymoon party in Chelsea this week.
The 47-year-old Titanic actor reportedly bought five bouquets of red roses for $500 that evening and handed them out to restaurant guests, including, rumored to be, his ex-lover Naomi.
There is no party like an A-list party! Celebrities were in power to continue the celebration in honor of British Vogue editor Edward Enninful after his husband married Alec Maxwellsin earlier this week.
Supermodel Naomi was seen clutching one of the flowers as she stood outside the hall with Emma Tinn, who hosted Edward’s wedding at her Longleat estate.
Leonardo and Naomi, 51 Leonardo and Naomi, 51, were widely reported to have had an affair back in 1995 before becoming good friends.
Mother-of-one Naomi looked typically chic in a classy black jacket and hat, and she accessorized it with a plaid bag and beaded bracelets.
How nice! The 47-year-old Titanic actor reportedly bought five bouquets of red roses for $500 that evening and handed them out to restaurant guests, including, rumored to be, his ex-lover Naomi.
Cozy dinner: At a restaurant, Leo was spotted chatting with Indian business mogul Natasha Punawalla, whom he is believed to have first met at a wedding earlier this week.
Exit: Edward and his new husband Alec were spotted for the first time since their famous wedding on a starry night.
At the restaurant, Leo was seen chatting with Indian business mogul Natasha Punawalla, whom he is believed to have first met at a wedding earlier this week.
Elsewhere, Orlando, 45, wore a white T-shirt for the outing, which he paired with a mustard yellow hooded jacket.
Edward and his new husband Alec were spotted for the first time since their famous wedding at a star-studded evening.
Discreet: Elsewhere, Orlando, 45, was dressed for the outing in a white T-shirt that he layered over a mustard yellow hooded jacket.
Favorite: The fashion mogul, who wore a white shirt with a black blazer, was spotted wearing a gold engagement ring on his finger.
Meet my new husband! Edward Enninful of British Vogue is a picture of the happiness of the newlyweds in the first photo of him and new husband Alec Maxwell after their lavish wedding in the English countryside.
The fashion mogul, who wore a white shirt with a black jacket, was spotted wearing a gold wedding ring on his finger.
The editor-in-chief tied the knot with his longtime partner Alec on Monday, his 50th birthday, in a lavish ceremony estimated to cost at least £600,000, and that’s not counting the seat he couldn’t buy with money. . blue blooded best friend.
Edward and Alec exchanged vows in the picturesque conservatory on the grounds of Longleat House in Wiltshire, the 16th-century home of Emma Tynn, Marchioness of Bath, and her husband, the 8th Marquess.
One expert calculated that the flowers alone on this day could have been worth around £250,000.
Friends: Supermodel Naomi was spotted clutching one of the flowers as she stood outside the hall with Emma Thinn, who hosted Edward’s wedding at her Longleat estate.
Rose for a lady! Naomi got one of Leo’s roses.
D&G model Emma, 35, is believed to have given close friends Enninful and Maxwell the historic stately home as a wedding gift.
But ordinary couples have to pay a minimum of £13,800 to rent the Greenhouse for the ceremony and reception tent.
Married! Edward’s gold wedding ring was put on display.
In yet another display of Enninful’s VIP status, it is believed that he was allowed to host a party for approximately 300 guests in the house itself, while mere mortals marrying in Longleat can only host events in the gardens and grounds.
Celebrities including Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Victoria Beckham partyed all night long, sipping bottles of champagne and dining on upscale London food service providers Cellar Society, whose customers typically have budgets in the region of £20,000 to £100,000. The flowers were provided by the sought-after royal florist Simon Lycett.
The celebrations continued on Wednesday morning at The Bath Arms, a 17-bedroom pub on the Longleat estate that was fully booked to accommodate around 80 guests for lunch.
“I would say a wedding like this would certainly cost around £600,000 if not more,” Chris Eyre, managing director of AYRE Events, told FEMAIL.
Holly Moore, CEO and founder of Make Events, believes the amount could be double that: “I estimate it will be between £1 million and £1.5 million because when it comes to dream weddings, they also have a price tag. dreams. .’
Newlyweds! Edward and Alec were packing up their things before leaving.
Designer! Alec was carrying a Burberry jacket in his hand.
The local time? In the photo, Orlando gets into a taxi.
The guests were ferried in black BMWs to the 9,000-acre Longleat estate, famous for its lions and safari park. Some of the invitees were flown by helicopter, including Victoria Beckham.
It was a short trip for friends like Poppy Delevingne, Marc Jacobs and Italian model Bianca Brandolini, who checked into nearby Babington House, part of the Soho House group, ahead of the event.
Rooms at Babington House cost over £400 a night, and the most expensive accommodation, The Cabin, will set you back £1,180, although it’s open to members only.
Buff: Leonardo was wearing a white T-shirt and a navy blue cap.
Durable: Leo had some facial stubble
Luckily, there was no shortage of Soho House business card holders at the wedding, with Diane von Furstenberg and influencer Derek Blasberg also occupying the rooms.
One local taxi driver said: “Apparently it was a hell of a party, I think they drank quite a lot of champagne. It’s unusual to be so busy in February – there are a lot of black BMWs and Mercedes driving guests around.”
In addition to champagne, guests were treated to Clase Azul tequila at every table, a source told FEMAIL.
It is said that Enninful was a big fan of tequila and wanted a bottle on every table. Each Clase Azul ceramic decanter is hand-painted in Mexico by a team of artisans and is meant to look stunning at the celebration.
Getting to know you! Leo sat next to Natasha
Conversation: they seem to enjoy each other’s company
It is understood that the service took place after the closing of the Longleat Safari Park at 17:00.
The orangery, built by Geoffrey Wyatville for the 2nd Marquess of Bath in the early 1800s, was simply and elegantly decorated. But such stripped-down luxury doesn’t come cheap, warned Jess Martin, party decorator at Ginger Ray.
“The venue was decked out with beautiful cream flowers and an abundance of dark green foliage by none other than Simon Lycett, a well-known florist for venues like Buckingham Palace and Mary Berry,” she said.
The rest of the room consisted of clean lines and white decorations, creating a summery “LA” look right in the middle of Bath’s stately home. You can only imagine the trendy dresses and tuxedos standing out against the snow-white backdrop, making it the perfect setting for a Vogue-inspired wedding.
“All in all, a simple yet impressive display alone could cost upwards of £250,000 as it certainly didn’t compromise on style and quality.”
Hanging out: They are believed to have met at Edward’s wedding
Animation: Natasha raised her hand while chatting with Leo.