And Now… Introducing For The First Time, Mr. And Mrs. Kanye West!

May 27, 2014

Beyond Fashion Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

That’s right folks, it’s official: Kanye and Kim are married! The ceremony took place in Forte di Belvedere in Florence, Italy, at a castle, no less! In attendance were all the usual suspects, including Kris Jenner and her ex-husband Bruce Jenner. Kim’s sisters were all here bridesmaids, but whore different dresses, in a take-off from the traditional style.

Here’s How it Was

Kim was wearing a long white dress, with pure lace sleeves, a long bridal train, and a cathedral-style veil that one can only imagine princesses wore to their weddings during the Medieval Ages, all custom made by Givenchy Haute Couture.

Kanye, also dressed in a custom tuxedo made by Givenchy, waited for his dearly beloved at the end of the aisle, uncharacteristically smiling as his bride-to-be walked towards him.

The ceremony was presided over by Rich Wilkerson Jr., a pastor from North Miami. By all accounts, the ceremony was beautiful. However, no recordings were taken, as all phones were confiscated at the entrance to the castle.

Talk about some special security for a wedding. But when the bride and groom are both famous superstars, it can only be expected. As the vows were said, little baby North sat in Grandma Kardashian’s lap, smiling the whole time as her parents finally came to their first kiss, set to a backdrop of gorgeous looking wall of flowers.

The Fun Begins

After the ceremony came the reception, which suspiciously Kim was absent from at the beginning. Kanye, in a move that was apparently rehearsed, gave an 8 minute long speech on the happy day, his friends, family, and finally his bride, who came out in a totally new dress to begin the feast.

And a feast it was, as both families sat down to a traditional Tuscan meal, with a slight twist. The food was all color coordinated with pink being the theme. A menu replete with chicken, salmon, tortellini, steak, and much more, all served on a 70 meter-long marble banquet table gifted to the newlyweds by master craftsman Gualtiero Vannelli who used marble from the Tuscan quarry in Carrara.

Finally, to wrap up the feast was a massive seven-foot wedding cake of white sponge and white icing with fruit layers. The bride and groom danced to the sultry tones of famed Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli. As the evening wore on, all present couldn’t say enough about the joy and bliss that the couple exuded. Truly, a fairy-tale wedding of epic proportions.