Decadence d’Or – $750
Available at Las Vegas’ Palazzo Resort, ‘Decadence’ is made with edible gold flakes, gold-vanilla caviar, a Louis XIII de Remy Martin Cognac bottled around 1900 and Palmira Single Estate Chocolate.
Diamond cupcake by Mervis – $30,000
Created by Mervis Diamond Importers, these classy cupcakes weren’t just well-decorated—they were well-decorated with diamonds.
ROX diamond cupcake – $150,000
Created to mark the three-day Glam in the City fashion event in Glasgow, Scotland, this iced pastry—pardon the pun—is sparkling with gems from ROX luxury jewelers.
In 2008, the Faber-Castell collection produced the world’s most expensive pencil.
A limited edition of the Graf von Faber-Castell Perfect Pencil, the most expensive pencil is made of 240-year-old olive wood and has an endpiece and extender with built-in eraser and sharpener, all made of 18-carat white gold. The pen’s cap even features three diamonds beneath the Faber-Castell coat-of-arms.
Only ninety-nine limited edition Perfect Pencils were created. At a retail price of €9,000 (about $12,800), it truly is the world’s most expensive pencil.
Hawaiian deep seawater – $33.50 per 2 oz bottle
Hawaii Deep Marine Inc.’s Kona Nigari water, for instance, sells for $33.50 per 2 oz bottle. It’s extracted from a depth of 915 feet, over 700 feet more than is necessary for the water to be considered deep seawater.
Bling h2o – $40+ per 750 ml bottle
They come frosted, corked, and boasting hand-applied Swarovski crystal. Bling H20 boasts that it has won the gold medal at the Berkely Springs International Water Tasting Festival with its nine-step purification process.
Acqua di Cristallo Tributo a Modigliani – $60,000 for a 1.25 ml bottle
Designed by Fernando Altamirano of Tequila Ley, who holds the records for the world’s most expensive tequila and cognac bottles, the 24k gold-coated bottle holds 1.25 ml of blended spring water from France and the Fiji Islands, as well as glacier water from Iceland.
The invitations comprised of 20 pages. It was put in a silver box with romantic poems written by Mittal’s family member. To join the Vanisha Mittal’s wedding from India to France, 12 Boeing jets were hired for the guests. There was a special arrangement for female guests. They were asked to paint their hands with henna (known as mehendi in India) and received luxurious bags.More than 10,000 flowers, 45 professional cooks and a grand wedding cake were some other features in that occasion. At least 1000 guests were invited to that occasion where a number of richest people, pop stars, singers, world’s celebrities, business tycoons, industrialists were present.
Vanisha apparently has a 30,000 square foot home that once belonged to the Queen Mother. She was also named Forbes’ number 1 billionaire heiress in 2009.