Monday, July 15, 2013

George Soros and Tamiko Bolton's Will Spare No Expense for Their Wedding

Billionaire investor George Soros is going full-steam ahead with a September wedding to Tamiko Bolton, reports the New York Daily News.

Soros, 82, and Bolton, 41, have had 1,000 invitations printed for their upcoming bash, a source tells Confidenti@l.

NYDN continues with plans the global manipulator and his soon to be wife are planning:
Soros is sparing no expense for his upcoming third wife. But the money is being spent in a targeted way: Bolton is only using local vendors in and around New York City, where the wedding will be held. “All the food will be farm-to-table and the flowers will be in-season flowers. They will not be shipped in from elsewhere,” an insider tells us.

Another source informs us that the celebration will be extremely color-coordinated. Two weeks ago, Bolton’s wedding planner sat with assistants at the Openhouse Gallery on Mulberry St., which usually holds events for 250 people, and watched models showcase different options for caterer clothing.

“It was a full-on runway show for the planner to decide on outfits for the staff to wear,” our spy reports.
Note: This really is something. I don't think Soros spends as much time picking colors for his "color revolutions."

Here's more from NYDN:

Our insider also tells us the wedding won’t quite be 1,000 people. Instead, Bolton, who runs a yoga website, sent out “several hundred invitations” from the 1,000 printed.

“The wedding will be attended by friends, family and colleagues from around the world, including George’s five children and the bride’s entire family,” says our insider.

“They will all come to New York and then other events, like the reception and a brunch, will be held at different locations around the city.”

3 comments:

  1. "All the food will be farm-to-table and the flowers will be in-season flowers. They will not be shipped in from elsewhere”

    Good to know everything will be fresh. Now the only thing that can go bad before the wedding is the groom...

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  2. “It was a full-on runway show for the planner to decide on outfits for the staff to wear,” our spy reports.

    Plantation-style wedding?

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    1. Just tooooooo funny!

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