This is how much PewDiePie and Marzia Bisognin's wedding cost

22 August 2019, 13:59 | Updated: 22 August 2019, 14:23

Pewdiepie and Marzia Bisognin.
Pewdiepie and Marzia Bisognin. Picture: @pewdiepie via Instagram, PewDiePie via YouTube

By Jazmin Duribe

And it's probably not as much as you think.

Pewdiepie and Marzia Bisognin said "I do" on Monday 19 August in a romantic ceremony at London's Kew Gardens, after eight years together. The bride wore a bespoke Joanne Fleming gown and the groom looked dapper in an all-black tuxedo suit, as they got hitched surrounded by family and friends. Aww.

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It looked like a ceremony straight out of a fairytale but as we know weddings don't come cheap, in fact, they're pretty expensive. Well, according to the MailOnline, Pewdiepie and Marzia Bisognin's wedding cost an estimated £121,500 ($148,000).

In case you're wondering, the average wedding in the UK in 2019 costs £31,974 including the honeymoon, the National Wedding Survey reports. So Pewdiepie's nuptials were almost four times as much but considering he's a multimillionaire, it's a fairly modest fee.

Although the ceremony was small with around 40 guests, it reportedly costs around £21,000 to hire the beautiful Nash Conservatory and Temperate House at Kew Gardens. However, because they got married on a Monday that fee was probably reduced.

Throw in food for the hungry guests (£3000), lights and sound (£6,000), a photo booth (£900), the diamond engagement ring (£75,000-100,000), a custom wedding dress (£3,000-£5,000), Saville Row suit (£5,600), photography (over £5,000) and all the other extras like the wedding cake (£100,000), it adds up very quickly.

However, let's be honest, £121,500 is barely a dent in Pewdiepie's net worth. A new report has suggested that the YouTuber makes a staggering £6,580,977 a month, making him the highest earning creator on the platform.


Welp, we've never felt so broke and single.