On Kim & Kanye’s Wedding: 17 Tidbits, Details and Rumors

Photo via Twitter/@djjosemelendez

Photo via Twitter/@djjosemelendez

There have been a lot of musings, and some reporting, concerning the upcoming nuptials of one Ms. Kim Kardashian and Mr. Kanye West. While this is likely to continue until the blessed day, whenever and wherever that may be, allow us to round up what’s out there right now—a mere two weeks after the big proposal.

Kanye proposes Kanye-style in a ball park on Kim’s birthday. 




Here are lots of pics from that night. 

Kim and Kanye sue YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley for allegedly crashing the proposal shebang and then releasing a video of Kanye actually down on one knee, even though they apparently got him to sign a non-disclosure after discovering him there. 

Ah well. Here's the leaked video: 

'Ye did get Kris's blessing before proposing. 

Kim says Bruce will definitely walk her down the aisle. 

Lorraine Schwartz talks about the ring she designed for Kanye to give to Kim. 

Except Kanye has had Lorraine Schwartz design an engagement ring in the past for another lady, and Kim has been given a Lorraine Schwartz engagement in the past by another dude, so hmm.

Here are six diamond engagement rings that kinda look like the one Kanye gave Kim. 

Kim says the wedding can be whatever Kanye wants. 

Bridal designer Theia sketches a would-be wedding gown for Kim. 

Kanye teases that there will be fighter jets at the upcoming nuptials. 

"Sources" also say Kanye wishes for elephants, fire eaters and Jay Z to be involved with the wedding. 

Kim says that she will take West as her last name. 

Kim has been wearing a heckuva lotta white since getting engaged. 

Kanye says that Kim is more influential, fashion-wise, than Michelle Obama because bikini pic, and should be on the cover of Vogue

Musings on who might get an invite to Kim and Kanye's nuptial soiree. 

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