LIV Owner David Grutman's Wedding Brought a Whole Load of Random Celebrities to Wynwood Walls

LIV co-owner David Grutman is the reigning king of Miami Beach nightlife, but the biggest party he has thrown this year was in Wynwood. The 35-year-old nightlife impresario married his Brazilian-model girlfriend Isabela Rangel in front of hundreds of guests at the Wynwood Walls this past Saturday night.

Holding the key to one of the world's most famed nightclubs often means mingling with VIPs, and the party was certainly full of them. The guest list ran the gamut of fame, from the #WorldsMostTalkedAboutCouple to various Real Housewives.

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian stole the show. When a rapper name-drops you in a single, like West did with Grutman in "On Sight," it's only appropriate to invite him to your wedding. Here's the duo posing with Scottie Pippen and his Real Housewives wife Larsa.


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Notable poser with things Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine was on hand to present the couple with a key to the city of Miami Beach. He couldn't help but pose for a photo with Kimye (alongside Ocean Drive owner Jason Binn). This may be the mayor's biggest photo op yet. We're sure he was thrilled.

Rich Wilkerson Jr. — the "Hipster pastor" who took part in Kimye's nuptials (and whom New Times profiled in-depth in 2014) — officiated the wedding. 

What a night. We love you so much @davegrutman @isabelarangela CONGRATS #GrootWedding

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And look, Hulk Hogan was there too, complete with formal bandanna. He has to do something between court cases with Gawker Media. Here he is with yet another former Real Housewives of Miami star, Lisa Hochstein.

#grootwedding the Hulk

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Oh, and in case you ever wanted to see a photo of the Hulkster and Yeezy together, here you go.

@pythonpower #HulkHogan #KanyeWest #GrootWedding

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Hogan wasn't the only former wrestler on hand. Stacy Keibler, both a former WWE Diva and former George Clooney girlfriend, was there too. That's Lorenzo Lamas' daughter Shayne, a former Bachelor contestant, on the right.

#grootwedding #wifeys

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World-famous Third Kardashian and the Guy the Kardashians Always Hang Out With were also both in attendance.


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A real-life, honest-to-goodness Spice Girl was there too, because why not? If you're keeping track at home, we're now up to two Real Housewives cast members and three former Dancing With the Stars contestants.

Yasssssss fun times in miami with these 2

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And Michael Bay, of course.

wedding last night with the big bros cc: @davegrutman @isabelarangela #GROOTWEDDING

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Gabrielle Union stepped out solo. Apparently her husband Dwyane Wade is busy with something else or another right now.

All smiles for @isabelarangela n @davegrutman #grootwedding w/ @stacykeibler n @gabunion

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Various models turned out.

With my loves last night at Mr. & Mrs. Dave Grutman's wedding! #grootwedding #miami

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Naturally, no Miami party is complete without DJ Irie. 

Of course, there were some big-name EDM DJs at the shindig as well. David Guetta showed up. 

Smile April 23, 2016 in Miami #pascalduvier #davidguetta #miami #grootwedding

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As did Kaskade. 

As per Page Six, Elle Macpherson and Ryan Seacrest were also in attendance but somehow kept the evidence off Instagram.

Oh, and here are the bride and groom themselves.

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Kyle Munzenrieder