Inside Carrie Underwood's $500,000 Wedding
Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher will tie the knot in an elegant dream wedding in Georgia this weekend, worth half a million dollars, according to reports.
The country singer and her hockey star fiancé will wed on Saturday at The Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation, in Greensboro, Georgia, a small community of 3,000 people, claims Radar Online.
The couple have booked the entire hotel for the occasion at an estimated cost of $268,000 a night.
Non-wedding hotel guests at the Ritz were served with a letter in the last 24 hours, requiring that everyone leave the premises by noon today, the Web site claims.
The newlyweds will spend their first night as husband and wife in the Presidential House. And for $4,000 a night, the couple will get VIP use of the lake and the 18th green on the golf course.
The massive 5,400 square-foot suite comes with four master suites, including two king-size rooms and two double bedrooms a gourmet kitchen, terrace with access to the recreation room, private pool, living room and dining room that seats 16 people.
Meanwhile, the hotel is being prepared for Carrie's nuptials, which are expected to total more than $500,000, according to Radar Online.
A tent has been erected near a lakeside landing where Carrie — who is arriving by helicopter on Friday — will walk down the aisle, in a perfect romantic setting.
The waterways near the luxury hotel will allegedly be closed off from the public during the wedding, to prevent prying eyes from getting a look at the bride.
Fisher asked for Underwood’s hand in marriage in December, 2009; the couple has been dating since they met at one of her concerts a year earlier.