Sean Parker To Spend $8.6 Million For His Wedding With Longtime Girlfriend: The Breakdown Of The Millions Being Spent By Napster Co-Founder And Former Facebook President
By Staff Writer | April 21, 2013 04:13 PM EDT
Napster co-founder and former Facebook president Sean Parker will spend over $8 million on his up-and-coming wedding with Alexandra Lenas.
TMZ reported that Parker booked the entire Ventana Inn in Big Sur, Calif. for the weekend of June 1st to tie the knot with Lenas in an over-the-top wedding with a medieval flair.
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Parker hired a landscaping company to build fake ruins, waterfalls, bridges, ponds and a gated cottage in the resort's surrounding forest.
"All the guests will enter through a $600,000 gate, dance on a $350,000 floor, and they better stop and smell the roses ... because Parker's dropping more than $1,000,000 on plants and flowers!" TMZ wrote.
The grand total for the wedding to the mother of his January-born child and longtime girlfriend will be $8.6 million.
Parker hired the costume designer from "Lord of the Rings" to make dreads for his guests. All guest must rock the dreads in order to get inside the wedding.
As of April 2012, Forbes reported that Parker has a net worth of $2.1 billion.
Parker was played by Justin Timberlake in the hit-movie "The Social Network," which portrayed a character who pushed the button wherever he went, which included Napster and Facebook.
Napster was an audio file-sharing internet service that was involved in legal troubles over copyright infringement. The service sparked a new era and how people were getting their music to listen to.
Currently, Parker still involves himself with Facebook and is on the board for Spotify, which is a music-streaming service.
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