Hot off the Press: Kim Kardashian’s Wedding!

Kim Kardashian’s recent nuptials to NBA player Kris Humphries were unbelievably extravagant, from the star-studded guest list to the starlet’s multiple outfit changes. The couple exchanged vows amongst 450 close friends and family in Montecito, California at a lavish estate. The multi-million dollar wedding was dripping with diamonds perfect for a fairytale bride.
The couple’s high-gloss, black and white invite was flanked on either side by cards containing top-secret details. The invite was delivered inside its own box and decorated with hundreds of jet black hematite crystals. Designer, Lehr & Black, also crafted invitations for Khloe Kardashian’s wedding to Laker Lamar Odom in 2009.
Kim sported three gorgeous custom made gowns: one for the ceremony and two for the reception–by Kim’s first choice designer, Vera Wang. Kim’s first look was an ivory strapless ballgown with a tulle skirt and beautiful jeweled headpiece with Giuseppe Zanotti shoes. Kris donned a white lapel tuxedo jacket, shirt and bow tie with black pants by Ermengildo Zegna.
Though the sneak peek videos of the wedding only give a glimpse of Kim’s wedding day look, her affinity for bling is apparent. In addition to her dramatic headpiece, she also wore sparkling drop earrings behind a simple tulle veil–part of her exclusive Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, which totaled to over $10 million.
Kardashian’s sisters, Kourtney and Khloe, served as her two maid of honors, with all five bridesmaids wearing ivory, silk organza mermaid gowns. Guests–who included Lindsay Lohan, Eva Longoria, Ryan Seacrest and Demi Lovato–were asked to wear only black or white. Dinner was catered by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck, with a multi-tiered chocolate and vanilla swirl creation by Hansen Cakes.
The couple’s fabulous wedding will be featured on a two-part special on E! October 9th and 10th, so be sure to tune in for more details!

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