Rupert Murdoch’s Daughter Elisabeth Marries in Lavish English Wedding: See the Photos

Rupert Murdoch daughter Elisabeth weddingRupert Murdoch’s daughter, Elisabeth Murdoch, married in England this weekend—see the beautiful photos here. (Keith Tyson / Instagram)

No expenses spared here! Elisabeth Murdoch, the daughter of American media mogul Rupert Murdoch, married artist Keith Tyson in a gorgeous English countryside wedding this weekend. And if the photos are any indication, the couple graciously shared their refined taste with beloved guests, starting with the over-the-top floral displays, the mouthwatering menu, and the unique entertainment.

The bride, 48, and Tyson, 47, exchanged vows in a barn in Westwell, Oxfordshire, approximately an hour outside of nearby London. The society wedding was attended by the bride’s billionaire father, who shares six children between three former wives. (Elisabeth is the daughter of Rupert’s second wife, Anna.)

The bride wore a dainty-but-breathtaking gown by Mira Zwillinger, featuring a V-neck, an open back, and studded, illusion floral appliqués. She left her hair down in loose waves and accessorized her overall bridal look with diamond earrings and a gold sunburst hair clip. Her husband was handsome in a gray suit and periwinkle blue tie. Tyson, like his media executive wife, is equally accomplished in his field, having won the acclaimed artistic Turner Prize in 2002. The smitten groom took to Instagram to share a photo of himself kissing Elisabeth on the cheek on their wedding day. “The happiest of days …. #happilyeverafter,” he wrote.

Beloved family members and friends could hardly resist from sharing inside photos from the wedding—especially, the over-the-top reception. According to the Daily Mail, the couple served a 2008 version of Barons de Rothschild champagne valued at nearly $1,300 a bottle. Attendees noshed on a delicious Italian-inspired menu crafted by Michelin-star rated The River Café, which included options like mini pizza, zucchini, mozzarella and chargrilled beef sirloin.

Cocktails were served in tiny white tin buckets that read in gold, “Keith’s paint,” and guests marveled over the incredible tunneled floral displays strategically located throughout the reception area. That wasn’t all on the floral front. Partygoers got down on the dance floor underneath a suspended floral ceiling comprised of bright flowers that created a gorgeous visual effect. See the detailed shots below.

The Ceremony

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The Florals

Not all party shrub tunnels are equal 👍🏼 @lizdoch @keithtyson23

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Unforgettable. Thank you so much @lizdoch @keithtyson23

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Congratulations Liz and Keith, what a great wedding @keithtyson23

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The Menu and the Cocktails

Wonderful wedding. So happy for Elisabeth and Keith .

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Tyson bourbon cocktail 👌#Lizandkeithwedding @keithtyson23

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The Reception

#theultimatebathroomselfie #keith&liz

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This will be the third marriage for the bride, who shares two kids with her first husband and two more with her second.

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Esther Lee
Esther Lee
Esther is the Senior News Editor at The Knot. A self-proclaimed pop culture enthusiast, she appreciates a good celebrity interview just as much as she adores Nancy Meyers movies. You can find her kicking off her mornings with barre and a green juice, traveling and exploring new cultures, and rapidly scrolling her feed for the latest and greatest news. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter at @theestherlee.