‘No Flowers, Nothing Ostentatious’: Brad Pitt’s Wedding Planner Details Plans For ‘Cutting Edge’ Nuptials With Angelina Jolie (EXCLUSIVE)
“I don’t think Brad is going to have a huge wedding like before, but I’m sure it’s going to be tastefully done and glamorous,” Kevin Lee — a wedding planner for Hollywood’s biggest stars — said, in an exclusive interview.
“The first wedding (to Aniston) was on a huge scale. We had fireworks and a huge tent. It was spectacular. Now, Brad has six kids.”
Lee said he believes the couple’s brood — Maddox, 10, Pax, 8, Zahara, 7, Shiloh, 5, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 3 — will be involved in the ceremony.
Just how will Brad and Angelina involve their kids? Click after the jump.
“I’ve done a lot of weddings with families and when you have kids, it’s a little bit different,” Lee told Celebuzz.
“I’m sure it’s going to be a little more romantic and family oriented.”
Whilst Lee said he hasn’t been approached by Brad, 48, or Angelina, 36, about planning their top-secret ‘I do’s’ – yet — the man considered the go-to guy for Tinsel town’s elite admitted that he would “absolutely love” to coordinate the wedding.
He also provided a candid insight into what the big day could look like!
“I’m sure Brad does want a very stylish and beautiful wedding,” said Lee. “He won’t want tons of flowers or anything ostentatious, he doesn’t like that. He’s very classy and elegant, but it has to have a little bit more today’s (cutting edge) look.”
When the Moneyball star married Friends star Aniston on July 29, 2000, at a multi million-dollar estate in Malibu, Calif., it was the groom — and not the bride — who was the major force behind the design and décor of the event, revealed Lee.
“Brad was very, very artistic,” he said. “He had a great sense of style.”
Lee said he expected Brad’s “great taste” to flow when he weds his Mr & Mrs Smith costar, rumored to be at the French home they own, Château Miraval — a sprawling and scenic venue.
In the meantime, the couple and their kids have jetted to the Galápagos Islands to celebrate the engagement, which was announced on April 13.
But don’t expect the nuptials to be”[announced] to the world,” — like the engagement.
“It will “only [be] close friends and family getting together,” predicted Lee.
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