It's no secret that we're anxiously awaiting the moment when George Clooney, the eternal bachelor, becomes a married man! And while we don't yet know when exactly his highly-anticipated wedding to Amal Alamuddin will take place, major details about their nuptials are beginning to surface.
We've already learned from Clooney himself that he'll be tying the knot in Venice, Italy sometime in late September. And now we found out who's footing the bill — and it's not the groom. Despite being worth an estimated $180 million, Us Weekly reports that the two-time Oscar winner won't be covering the financials of the big day. Instead, Alamuddin's parents, who are said to be extremely traditional, will be paying for most of the wedding.
Luckily for Alamuddin's parents, they're keeping the wedding plans relatively in-check. According to the Daily Mail, the future Mr. and Mrs. Clooney are only inviting 60 guests. So who reportedly made the guest list? Clooney's long-time pal Rande Gerber — the groom's alleged best man (sorry, Brad!) — and his wife Cindy Crawford, along with Matt Damon and his wife Luciana, will be in attendance when the couple exchanges vows. As for Alamuddin's attendants, her young sister Tala is slated to stand beside her as maid of honor.
By all accounts, it appears that Gerber is already living up to his role as best man. TMZ reports that Gerber was seen boarding a private jet filled with 50 cases of Casamigos tequila — a brand he co-owns with Clooney — headed towards Italy. Considering the couple will be hosting a fairly intimate wedding, it appears the bar will be very well stocked.