WHEN MONEY’S NO OB­JECT... What did our favourite famed hus­band-wife duos serve?

New Zealand Weddings - - PLANNING -

Prince Wil­liam and Cather­ine, Duchess of Cam­bridge The roy­als in­dulged in an en­tree of mar­i­nated salmon, crab and wild lan­goustines, while the main course in­cluded or­ganic lamb and spring veg­eta­bles. Honey ice cream, sherry tri­fle and choco­late par­fait made up dessert. Matched wines ac­com­pa­nied each dish. Bey­once & Jay-Z In an ef­fort to keep their cel­e­bra­tions in­ti­mate, Bey­once and Jay-Z’s fam­i­lies pre­pared a home­made din­ner for the close-knit wed­ding’s 40 guests. Bey­once her­self helped to cook tra­di­tional Louisiana Cre­ole fare, while Jay-Z’s grand­mother cooked ox­tails. The cou­ple’s wed­ding cake was re­port­edly five feet and eight inches tall. Amal Ala­mud­din & Ge­orge Clooney At their Venice nup­tials in 2014, this power pair served a Tus­can-in­spired ravi­oli filled with lemon and ri­cotta, blue lob­ster risotto, sea bass with baby fen­nel and Chi­an­ina Tus­can beef. Guests drank cus­tom hisand-hers cock­tails, then tucked into a choice of in­dul­gent desserts in­clud­ing straw­berry tart and mousse au choco­lat. Kim & Kanye On the menu guests de­scribed as “heav­enly”, Kim and Kanye in­cluded home­made mezzelune pasta stuffed with ri­cotta, thyme and mar­jo­ram, beef fil­let, and monk­fish fil­let in a crust of aro­matic herbs. Dessert con­sisted of straw­berry sor­bet and a tow­er­ing seven-foot tra­di­tional wed­ding fruit cake.

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