Well folks, the day that we've all been waiting for has finally arrived. No, I'm not talking about Oprah Winfrey becoming President (although that would be awesome), I'm of course referring to Kim Kardashian's wedding! By now so many details have been released about the big day that I feel like I was actually there myself. On Saturday night Kim said "I do" to Kris Humphries in a gorgeous ivory gown designed by Vera Wang along with a diamond headpiece for her veil and a long, beautiful train. Her hair was neatly up in a bun and a source stated that "She looked very Armenian, like an Armenian princess!" The altar was a huge cross made of Swarovski crystals, which was seen as both stunning and a bit overdone. A source said, "Kris' family are Christians and very religious, so maybe that was a way of incorporating in religion and Kardashian style!" That sounds about right.
Once the actual ceremony began, Kris and Kim recited their own vows to each other. Sources say "Kris talked about how he loved Kim's hustle and work ethic. They also talked about all the things they loved about one another." Kim's sisters Kourtney and Khloe served as co-maids of honor, both wearing ivory dresses while Kendall and Kylie Jenner were bridesmaids, as well as the groom's sister Kaela Humphries. Basically if your name began with a K, then you could be in the wedding party (my invite must have gotten lost in the mail).
The food was catered by Wolfgang Puck, and included buffalo mozzarella and heirloom tomato salad with basil and tomato chips. The highly talked about cake was a six foot tall black and white masterpiece designed by Hansen Cakes in Los Angeles, which cost somewhere between $15,000 and $20,000 (I hope they ate slowly).
In addition to her main dress, Kim wore two additional ivory gowns during her reception (are you really that surprised?). The second dress was longer than her wedding dress and very tight, and the third was also form-fitting. Each dress probably cost a small fortune, but if it wasn't over the top, then it really wouldn't be a true Kardashian affair. Robin Thicke sang "Angels" for the couple's first dance together as husband and wife and a source observed that "They were inseparable and affectionate the whole night, holding hands and kissing and hugging." The celebrating isn't nearly over with though. The newlyweds plan to celebrate their nuptials again on August 31 on the East Coast. Niche Media founder Jason Binn and wedding planner to to the stars Colin Cowie are throwing the duo another bash in New York. Congratulations to the newlyweds!
Check out the video below to see Kim getting primped and ready before heading down the aisle: