You Have To See How Extravagant This Billionaire's $2 Million Wedding Looked

The cake is bigger than most people's apartments.

If you've seen the , you know that the rule with billionaire weddings is definitely to go big or go home. 

So when Sargis Karapetyan, the 23-year-old son of an Armenian billionaire, and his Georgian bride, 25-year-old Salome Kintsurashvili, recently got married in Moscow, they needed to up the ante to make it an even more opulent affair. 

Luckily, Karapetyan's father, Samvel Karapetyan, is a real estate mogul with , and so was able to provide the funds for a wedding that is estimated to have cost over $2 million. 

Let's start with the fact that the bride wore at least two designer wedding dresses. The main one was this stunningly embellished Elie Saab gown. 

Later, she changed into a traditional Georgian wedding gown to perform a traditional dance with her new hubby and backup dancers. 

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But the main entertainment was Maroon 5, whose performance cost an estimated $500,000 to $800,000. 

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The wedding reception was held at the Moscow restaurant Safisa, where the entrance hall was decorated to look like an enchanted forest. 

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And the dining area and garden were flowers, flowers everywhere as far as the eye can see. 

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Of course, with just a dollop of crystal. Just a little. 

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And some giant blown-up photos of the bride and groom in case you forgot whose wedding you were attending. 

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The cake was basically the ever-growing Christmas tree in The Nutcracker

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And the guests, which included presidents and famous Russian pop stars, certainly dressed to impress as well. 

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It'll be tough to top this one, but someone will certainly try!

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