Monday, August 22, 2011

Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries get married in Montecito

Kim Kardashian had her wedding to Kris Humphries in Montecito.
Kim Kardashian finally took her walk down the aisle on Saturday and married Kris Humphries with a reported 440 guests in attendance.
Escorted by stepfather Bruce Jenner, the bride proceeded down the aisle in a strapless Vera Wang wedding dress, witnessed by her expansive reality show family, including Kris Jenner, bridesmaids Kendall and Kylie Jenner, and Kim's matron and maid of honor, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, with their men, Lamar Odom and Scott Disick.
Also on hand from the families, according to E! News: Humphries' sister Kaela, one of the five ivory-clad bridesmaids, and Kim's brother Rob Kardashian and stepbrother Brody Jenner with date Avril Lavigne.
Josh Ketroser, who works for the New Jersey Nets and is a longtime friend of Humphries, served as best man.
Guests made the trek to a private estate in Montecito, but not without issue: Ryan Seacrest attended with girlfriend Juilianne Hough, celeb friends including Eva Longoria and boyfriend Eduardo Cruz, Demi Lovato, Lindsay Lohan with mom Dina and sister Ali, Carmelo and Lala Anthony, Mario Lopez, Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and designer Wang partied the night away.
A tent was constructed for the reception, catered by Wolfgang Puck, where Bruce Jenner addressed the crowd, saying "tonight is really about family — joining two families," according to E! News.
Singer Robin Thicke introduced the couple as "Mr. and Mrs. Humphries," and sang his track "Angels" as they enjoyed their first dance.
Dancing went until about 1:30 a.m., with guests shuttled to hotels in Santa Barbara. The New York Post estimated the couple may have pulled in up to $17.9 million by selling rights to a TV special and exclusives, including the engagement announcement and wedding photos, and accepting comped items such as the bride's three Wang dresses -- she changed twice after the ceremony -- the wedding invitations, the cake and Champagne.

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