Do you remember what you were doing when you were 18? You were probably in college, procrastinating studying for an exam while daydreaming about your future wedding to the campus heartthrob. But can you imagine planning a real wedding as a teen?

18-year-old Russian heiress Irina Chigirinskaya got married to 23-year-old Moris Mirelli and the wedding was incredibly lavish. Irina is the daughter of billionaire construction tycoon Alexander Chigirinsky and Moris is the son of a former deputy governor in Russia.

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According to the Daily Mail, the entire wedding rang in at around $1.6 million (or P85 million).

They held the wedding at Agalarov Golf and Country Club, near Moscow.

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Irina's wedding dress was designed by Zuhair Murad. Its estimated cost is around $219,000 (P11,600,000).

The couple celebrated their love with a dramatic, choreographed dance.

Can you believe this cake?!

Aside from the cake, it was reported the menu included salmon carpaccio, fish, Uzbek pilaf, shish kebab, Iranian apricots, and fresh berries.

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And the guests (there were about 1,500 of them) dressed to impress.

Source: INSIDER

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This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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