Heidi Klum and Seal renew vows in Indian-themed beach wedding

Heidi Klum, 34, and Seal, 45, return to Costa Careyes, Mexico every year to renew their vows at the same resort where they married in 2005. On May 10th they held an Indian-themed renewal ceremony and party attended by 50 guests. Heidi wore a red wedding sari for the day, according to this week’s edition of In Touch.

Last year the romantic couple held their commitment ceremony on May 13. Heidi and Seal’s first wedding on Costa Careyes was attended by just Heidi, Seal and her daughter Leni. They have since expanded their family to include boys Henry, two years and eight months, and Johan, 18 months.

Heidi revealed about two weeks ago that Seal proposed to her in a custom-made igloo he had built and outfitted in the Canadian Rockies in December, 2004. He arranged for both of them to be flown by helicopter up to the secluded igloo, which featured a bed, candles, and rose petals strewn around.

Can you imagine getting married every year? It seems like it might dilute the experience a little if you’re renewing your vows every year instead of every few years or at specific milestones in the relationship. At least it’s something incredible to look forward to. These two set the romantic bar incredibly high. If you had all that money at your disposal would you get married to your spouse every year? I think I might just go on vacation with my husband as much as possible. The honeymoon is the best part.

Photos are of Heidi and Seal at the Academy Awards on 2/24/08, thanks to WENN.

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  1. Jody says:

    I agree CB, the honeymoon is the best part. I’d much rather renew my first “married vacation” every year than relive the stress of my wedding day again.
    Although, maybe having a wedding every year helps to relieve the pressure, since you know you’ll have another go coming up very soon.

  2. Frenchie says:

    I do agree as well. I got married last year and we had 150 guests, a regular size. I can’t imagine, and wish, that everyone would make the effort to move wherever we set the thing, every year. It’s no longer that special.

  3. Frenchie says:

    look at the bobyguards on the back of the picture. The womanly one has a really nice 2 toned-2 lenght haircut and the big ones are so bored they are texting !

  4. Bellatrix says:

    I believe Seal and Heidi firstly got married out of love and desire to have that special ceremony just for both of them and the family they were about to start together…

    And now, they’re doing the wedding part that is supposed to be the big excuse to have a reunion of all those you love.
    It’s the party for the loved ones they didn’t have when they “really” wedded.

    These two love to dress up (ah, the make-up they can come up with when they’re going to some Halloween party is always amazing and surprising) and have some fun time with their family. I believe the “vows renewal” is just a good excuse to have all their friends and close family members to party just the way they like it.

    That’s why the yearly basis doesn’t bother me much : they just have a big (but not too : 50 people isn’t huge) reunion every year with a theme and some holiday time (after all, they probably enjoy a few days of honeymoon too in Mexico).

    They’ve got the money, the imagination and will to do it. Why not?

  5. Devilgirl says:

    I can’t imagine getting married at all, but every year! Good for them, I am glad there seems to be a few couples out there that get the fairy tale that has eluded me yet again. Boo hoo, right? :(

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