Scoop: Neal Schon, wife seek pricey wedding presents

Neshan Naltchayan/MNS/WireImage for Schon ProductionsMichaele Schon and Neal Schon cut the cake by Sam Godfrey at their wedding at the Palace of Fine Arts on December 15

What’s more ridiculous than charging people to watch your wedding on pay-per-view? How about creating a $90,000 gift registry?

Journey guitarist Neal Schon and Michaele Holt Salahi tied the knot at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco last weekend, complete with fake snow and a giant Christmas tree.

According to Celebuzz, these were some of the items on their registry: platinum dinner plates, $350 each; a $3,000 gold and platinum soup bowl set; $2,200 for Baccarat goblets, or $950 for a water pitcher. … the list goes on.

To be fair, partygoers included the likes of über-loaded, fellow Bay Area musicians Sammy Hagar and Bob Weir. It seems guests were fine not only with the couple’s lovin’ and touchin’ – but also being squeezed for swag.FeaturesGossipMichaele Holt SalahiNeal SchonPalace of Fine Arts

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