Heidi Klum has revealed she and husband Seal will ask their guests to dress as brides and grooms for the forthcoming renewal of their wedding vows.
Heidi Klum and Seal have asked guests to dress as brides and grooms for the forthcoming renewal of their wedding vows.
The couple - who tied the knot in May 2005 - throw an annual party to reaffirm their commitment to one another and always ask partygoers to come in themed fancy dress, this year they want them to be 'married' as well.
Heidi told E! News: "It's going to be all brides and all grooms. All of the women will be brides and all of the men will be grooms.
"Just one day, I woke up and I was like, 'Oh, I know what I am going to do this year.' I like to have fun and I like to make it fun for my family and friends."
Last year, Heidi and Seal - who raise four children together, daughters Leni, five, and four-month-old Lou, and sons Henry, four, and three-year-old Johan - celebrated with a 'white trash' themed ceremony.
The 36-year-old supermodel had her hair braided into cornrows and donned a tight, nylon tracksuit, while her husband Seal, 47, sported a mullet, with the occasion presided over by an Elvis Presley impersonator.
The couple were joined by around 75 friends, including actress Debra Messing and actor Matthew Perry, who wore a variety of casual items, including jean shorts, leather jackets and leopard-print patterned tops.
After the ceremony, guests sipped Mexican beer and ate food from the country, while partying on the patio to 60s music.
Explaining why the couple renew their vows annually, Seal previously said: "We love it. It's great saying your vows again. You remember who it was you fell in love with. It's also a good excuse to have a big party, and we have a different theme every year."