Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries are married! While we won’t get to see the wedding in it’s entirety until October when the four-hour E! special airs, sources People Magazine and Us Weekly have revealed some of the elaborate details.
Kim (30) and New Jersey Nets player Kris (26) said, “I do” on Saturday evening in front of 440 guests at Montecito, California’s Sotto II Monte, a private estate reportedly owned by Google exec Eric Schmidt.
Among the 440 guests were Ryan Seacrest, Demi Lovato, Carmelo Anthony, Lindsay Lohan, Venus and Serena Williams, Vera Wang, Mario Lopez, Eva Longoria, Sugar Ray Leonard and Brody Jenner.
The estate was decorated in a sea of black and white, the theme of the wedding. The guests were even instructed to wear black and white. Kim’s stepfather, Bruce Jenner walked her down the aisle as she wore an ivory, custom-designed Vera Wang gown with “full tulle skirt, basque waist and hand pieced Chantilly lace appliqué on the bodice and train,” according to People. Kim also wore a headpiece for a veil and Guiseppe Zanotti shoes.
Kris wore a white peak lapel tuxedo jacket and black pants with a white tuxedo shirt and white bow tie, all by Ermenegildo Zegna. The groomsmen also wore tuxes by Zegna with black peak lapel jackets, white shirts, and black silk bow ties.
Kim’s two sisters, Kourtney and Khole, were co-maids of honor and both wore white dresses. Kendall and Kylie Jenner, as well as Humphries’ sister Kaela were bridesmaids. Kourtney’s son Mason Disick was the ring bearer.
The alter at the estate was designed to be a huge cross of Swarovski crystals. The couple both wrote their own vows and exchanged rings by Lorranie Schwartz, who also designed Kim’s engagement ring.
The reception to follow continued the black and white theme. Kim changed twice during the night, both into Vera Wang ivory gowns with a Judith Leiber clutch. Kris also changed to into a tux to match his groomsmen.
The reception was catered by Wolfgang Puck, the wedding cake was from Hansen’s bakery and Perrier Jouet supplied the champagne. Robin Thick sang “Angels” for the couple’s first dance reports Us Weekly and there were also performances by Stevie Wonder and Earth, Wind and Fire.
Oddly enough, despite all the extravagant details, the New York post reports that the couple actually made money from their wedding. NYPost estimates that the couple made $17.9 million off the affair just from saying, “I do.” Talk about a fairy tale wedding!
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