Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries had a picture-perfect wedding in California on Saturday.
It’s official: Kim Kardashian’s married now! E! News reports that the reality TV star wed Kris in a black-and-white themed wedding at the private estate of a Google executive in Montecito, California.
The couple said their vows in front of 450 guests, including Serena Williams, LaLa Vasquez, Carmelo Anthony, Ciara and Mel B. Eva Longoria, Ryan Seacrest, Cheryl Burke of "Dancing With the Stars" and Lindsay Lohan were also on the guest list. Everyone complied with the happy couple’s request by only wearing black or white to the wedding.
Kim made it a family affair with all four of her sisters standing up with her at the altar. Khloé served as matron of honor, while Kourtney was the maid of honor. Kourtney’s son, Mason, was an adorable ring-bearer, looking very at home amongst all of his glamorous aunts. Kim’s younger sisters, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, were also bridesmaids, along with Kaela Humphries, Kris’ sister.
While it was Kim’s stepdad, Bruce Jenner, that walked her down the aisle, the bride included her father, Robert Kardashian Sr., in the ceremony by mentioning him in the wedding program.
All told, Kim and Kris spent $500,000 on their big day, but much of the costs were covered by freebies. For example, Kim’s $20,000 Vera Wang wedding gown was a gift from the designer herself. Kim topped off her dress with a blinged-out veil and huge diamond earrings. Kris wore a traditional tuxedo with a white jacket to match his bride. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the couple wrote their own vows.
Keep in mind that the couple also sold their wedding pics to People magazine for $1.5 million. So, not only did they basically have a free wedding, they kind of got paid to get hitched. Can’t knock that sort of hustle!
Just because Kim got married didn’t mean she was off the clock. E! cameras caught every moment of the big day, and Kim was reportedly shooting scenes for "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" up until just minutes before walking down the aisle.
E! will air all the festivities in a two-part special, airing October 9 and 10. If you can’t wait that long for a glimpse of Kim’s big day, check out the video below for a peek.