Khloé Kardashian and Lamar Odom got married Sunday before family and friends in Beverly Hills.
E! News reports that the bride, clad in a strapless Vera Wang gown, was escorted down the aisle by her stepfather, Bruce Jenner.
As expected, all of Khloé’s sisters stood with her at the altar, but Kim and Kourtney were her maids of honor. The rest of her line looked like an ATL reunion with Lauren London serving as a bridesmaid along with twins Khadijah and Malika Haqq.
Lamar, however, kept it in the family by enlisting his brother-in-law, Robert Kardashian, as one of his groomsmen. Also balancing out the wedding party were Robert Davis, Alex Harris, Lester Knispel and Jeff Schwartz.
Amongst the couple’s 250 wedding guests were Ron Artest, Kobe and Vanessa Bryant, Phil Jackson, Mitch Kupchak, LaLa Vasquez, Alan Thicke, Ryan Seacrest and Adrian Bailon, who used to date Rob. Noticeably not in attendance was Khloé’s stepbrother, Brody Jenner. We assume that had more to do with another wedding guest, Joe Francis, whom Brody’s girlfriend is currently suing.
Khloé pulled a costume change before the reception, swapping her gown for a slinky, one-shoulder party dress. And the white-carpeted reception tent was as elegant as the bride thanks to the décor, including sparkly chandaliers and wood-paneled walls.
The couple danced into married life to the tune of Anita Baker’s “Angel,” and they were later favored with a live performance of “You Are So Beautiful” by Babyface.
But mixed in with all the smiles were happy tears. Khloé’s mom, Kris Jenner, could barely keep a dry face when she spoke to all the guests assembled to celebrate her daughter’s wedding. And Lamar, who had kept it together throughout most of the evening, began crying during the speech from his best man.
The ceremony simply capped off a weekend-long celebration that started with a rehearsal dinner at The Lobster in Santa Monica, California. Check out of a clip of what went on while the party was chowing down below.
Congratulations to the mister and misses!
– Sonya Eskridge