‘I paid for my lavish £300,000 wedding by selling saucy snaps on OnlyFans,’ reveals Surrey model, 34

A model has revealed how she funded her lavish £300,000 wedding by selling saucy snaps on her OnlyFans page
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A model has revealed how she funded her lavish £300,000 wedding by selling saucy snaps on her OnlyFans page.

Bonnie Locket (@bonnielocketxox), 34, from Surrey, who featured in Olivia Atwood’s ITV docuseries, Getting Filthy Rich, married partner Bradley Hepburn, 36, on 31 August.

The showstopping pink-and-white ceremony – which was held in Lake Como – included a £10,000 fireworks display, £50,000 flowers and water limousines for guests to enjoy.

Bonnie said: “It feels amazing to have funded my dream wedding from OnlyFans, what an accomplishment.

“I always dreamt of an extravagant wedding and from a little girl always knew my wedding would be a pantomime, and that it was, with guests arriving by boat, fine dining, fireworks, boat parties – the works.

“So many guests said it was the best wedding they had ever been to and how it was an experience of a lifetime.

“Never did I ever think I could have the wedding I had and OnlyFans made it possible, I couldn’t be more grateful.”

Bonnie and her husband Brad at their wedding ceremony in Lake Como (Picture: Jam Press)

Bonnie also spent £50,000 on production elements including lighting and a marquee, as well as a further £25,000 on the band.

Wanting to ensure the wedding looked picture-perfect, the model also splashed £50,000 on luxury flowers designed by celebrity florist Larry Walshe, as well as £260 on a six-tier cake.

Bonnie wore a £20,000 fishtail dress with a five-metre train by designer Galia Lahav, while her groom looked dapper in Moss Bros.

A celebrity events and wedding planner helped make Bonnie’s dream day come true, with the service costing £12,000 – a discounted sum as Bonnie had already booked the venue and band.

Fellow OnlyFans stars Daisy Drew and Rhiannon Blue were in attendance, alongside 78 other guests – including 11 bridesmaids for Bonnie.

In total, the wedding cost £300,00.

The OnlyFans star wore a £20,000 fishtail dress with a five-metre train (Picture: Jam Press)

Bonnie said: “I always dreamt of an extravagant wedding, though my dreams were always in a big mansion – never did I ever think I would get married outside.

“We took a trip to Lake Como and I absolutely fell in love with the place, the boats, the food, the absolutely outstanding views.

“It was the most beautiful place I had ever seen, and Brad and I seemed to just fall in love even more so there. It’s such a magical place and when we walked into the terrace of villa Pizzo overlooking the lake, we both knew we wanted to get married there.

“We wanted to give our friends and family a once in a lifetime experience and that’s exactly what we did, from welcome drinks at Grand Hotel Tremezzo – one of the top 10 hotels in the world – to getting married in the same place that John Legend did.

“[We also had] an after party until 4am on a party boat cruising on the lake, and an open bar farewell party with our own DJ.

“We had stunningly outrageous flowers – Larry Walshe really outdid himself. I’ve never seen such beautiful flowers in my life.

“The guests were treated with the luxury they all deserved. Some of my family have never even been abroad, so this was such a totally new experience for them and I’m so proud and happy we could do it for them.

“Looking back at the pictures, I still can’t believe that was our wedding. I can’t believe we were able to achieve it”

Six of Bonnie’s bridesmaids helped her get ready for the big day (Picture: Jam Press)

Now, the happy couple are set to honeymoon in Bora Bora and the Bahamas in December, costing £50,000 for business class flights, waterfront accommodation and private swimming pools.

Bonnie joined OnlyFans sharing adult content two years ago when Covid-19 hit and has had incredible success ever since, now earning between £150,000-£250,000 a month.

She recently let Olivia Attwood visit her at home to get a behind-the-scenes look at her daily life creating videos for fans.

The show got a glimpse into how much work goes into running the successful account, with Bonnie likening it to a round-the-clock role.

She said: “It’s not an easy job to do – it’s basically 24 hours a day, I’m on my page constantly.

Bonnie changed into a sparkly one piece for her wedding party (Picture: Jam Press)

“People don’t realise how much work goes into OnlyFans, it’s not just posting content and it’s not easy to earn the kind of money I make.

“I never in a million years thought I’d be so successful and be in the top 0.01% of creators.

“People pre-judge me and expect me to act a certain way. They don’t realise that we are all just normal people and can be intelligent and well spoken.

“It feels really good to show the reality of my life and what I do and I hope the show will help change people’s perceptions of OnlyFans models.

“People should be able to just have fun and be who they are without fear of judgement.

“I do this work because it’s fun – and I’m making great money!”