Hillary Clinton on Chelsea's Upcoming Wedding
Hilary Clinton says she's been sworn to secrecy regarding wedding plans for her daughter Chelsea, but INSIDE EDITION has learned new details on the nuptials.
"We're both looking forward to it and very happy about it." Hillary Clinton spoke out to the Today Show about daughter Chelsea's wedding but she's been sworn to secrecy on the details.
"My lips are sealed, I am under very strict orders not to talk about it." she said.
Hillary's lips may be sealed, but ours aren't. INSIDE EDITION has learned new details about the nuptials, including the identity of the flower arranger. It's Jeff Leatham who has a show on TLC called Flowers Uncut.
And we've learned the wedding planner is Boston-based Bryan Rafanelli.
"It's happy it's fun it's exciting that's what we're doing here," Rafanelli said.
Rafanelli specializes in big events like the citrus themed party at the Democratic National Convention in 2004. He also worked on the inaugural balls for President Obama.
And here's a sneak peak at the wedding band. They're called The Coffee House Quartet. The lead singer, Jimmy Vali is coordinating all the music for the wedding.
And it turns out President Obama may not be going after all, just close friends of the bride and groom.
Hillary said, "The people coming are her friends and people that have been meaningful in her life as it should be."
The venue in Rhinebeck, New York has still not been officially confirmed but here's what the invitation says:
"Get yourself within New York City driving distance, and we'll give you the details with a week to go."
And there's a behind the scenes drama involving groom Marc Mezvinsky's father. He's a convicted felon!
"I'm accountable, and I am sorry for it and I apologize," Ed Mezvinsky said.
Former Iowa congressman Ed Mezvinsky was convicted of fraud in 2002 and spent five years in prison. The question now is, will he attend the wedding?
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