Michael Jordan's Wedding Cost How Much Money?

More details are starting to emerge from Michael Jordan and Yvette Prieto’s luxurious weekend wedding, and each one tells the tale of an expensive, exclusive and once in a life time event. The ceremony took place in Palm Beach, Florida at the Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea. It was coordinated by wedding planner Sharon Sacks and was attended by at least 300. The reception was held at the Jack Nicklaus designed Bears Club in Juniper, Florida, and the guest list was littered with famous faces including Scottie Pippen, Tiger Woods, Spike Lee and Patrick Ewing. Performers included Usher, Robin Thicke and K’Jon, and rumor has it the extravaganza will ultimately set MJ back about ten million dollars.

According to US Magazine, the blushing bride went with a French silk J’Aton Couture dress, and by all accounts, the model looked even more radiant than the stunning, carefully accented tent the reception was held in. With thousands of candles, exotic tents and crystals, every little detail was planned and executed to perfection.

Jordan has always been an intensely competitive, balls-to-the-wall kinda guy. He met Prieto a few years back, and she’s apparently settled him down quite a bit. Hopefully, in spite of all the crazy rumors and shenanigans that come with being married to or being MJ, these two will be able to settle into a happy and comfortable life filled with plenty of smiles, whether they’re amidst ten million dollar ceremonies or lazy nights at home.

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