Millionaire car importer and yachtsman Neville Crichton married Nadi Hasandedic in a luxury wedding in front of a guest-list worth more than $6 billion.
The 71-year-old millionaire, nicknamed ‘Croaky’, married 38-year-old Nadi Hasandedic, a former Christian Dior boutique manager, in an opulent wedding in front of 250 guests at the University of Sydney Great Hall.
The lavish wedding was tipped to cost close to $1million and there was no way it disappointed the 250 guests who had a combined wealth of more than $6 billion.
The grandeur of the ceremony was apparent when Miss Hasandedic – now Mrs Crichton – arrived at the Great Hall.
The bride-to-be arrived in a stunning fleet of vintage Rolls Royce limousines breathtakingly dressed in a flowing champagne coloured gown – lined with diamonds – with her bridesmaids wearing more traditional slick white gowns.
Croaky was fitted in a dark navy coloured tuxedo.
The wedding took place inside the stunning sandstone walls of the 158-year-old Great Hall of The Sydney University.
The 250-strong guest list included Kerri-Anne Kennerly and her husband John, real estate tycoon and entrepreneur Justin Hemmes and wife Kate Fowler, Rugby League legend Ben Elias and Michael and Judy McMahon.
The list also included billionaire international property developer Lang Walker and his wife, owners of logistic company Linfox Lindsay Fox and his wife Paula and vitamin king Marcus Blackmore.
However, the rich and elite list didn’t end there with Hungry Jack’s owner Jack Cowin attending and Russian heiress Alina Barlow – whose father owns Sydney FC soccer club – attending with her husband Scott who is the chairman of SFC.
Others in attendance included Aussie Home Loans millionaire John Symond with his wife Amber and socialites Terry Biviano and husband former NRL fullback Anthony Minichiello.
After the ceremony the newly married couple escaped the guests and took photos using the dimly-lit sandstone backdrop of Sydney Uni.
Crichton – who lives in Sydney’s Point Piper – accumulated his wealth importing and selling luxury sports cars.
The Kiwi-millionaire is a celebrated yatchie and won the 2002 and 2009 Sydney to Hobart race. It is expected the pair will travel to Europe for their honeymoon in the coming months.