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Michaele Salahi and Neal Schon's pay-per-view wedding pictures released

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Pictures have just been released of the pay-per-view wedding of the year, or maybe the only pay-per-view wedding of the year. It is the wedding of Michaele Salahi and Neal Schon. The White House crasher and the Journey rocker had a wedding party of 18 bridesmaids and 14 groomsmen with a price tag that would rival royalty, according to Fox News Dec. 17.

The women, were all beautiful and not one was an ounce overweight. They looked like Barbie Dolls in 18 identical white gowns that could have stood in for a bridal gown. Not one of the gowns looked to be larger than a size 4.

Check out the wedding pictures just released and posted on The Huffington Post here.

Whether you were invited to the wedding or watched it on pay-per-view, it was a costly venture either way. For $14.95, you could watch the couple’s wedding on pay-per-view and if you were there in person, you got to pick one of the gifts off the $90,000 wedding registry. On this registry you would find just one dinner plate at the cost of $350 and the full dining set of tableware would set you back $13,000.

Check out guest list: Journey guitarist marries a 'Real Housewives' star in pay-per-view event

The couple picked out soup bowls that cost a mere $3,000 and goblets for $2,200 and these were waiting at their favorite stores for the invited guests to purchase for the couple as a wedding present. It looks like those who decided to catch the wedding from afar got off much cheaper with the $14.95 pay-per-view ticket to their nuptials. As an invited guest, the wish list was astronomical with its prices.

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