Kim and Kanye Are Officially Married! Here Are All the Details from Their Big Day

That's one gorg wall of flowers!  Instagram/kimkardashian

That’s one amazing wall of flowers! Instagram/kimkardashian

If you’ve been paying even the slightest bit of attention to any and all forms of media this weekend, we’re sure you’ve heard the news: Kim and Kanye are officially hitched! Since their big blowout of an engagement, we’ve kept you abreast of all the latest deets to leak out about the Big Day, and this past Saturday it all went down in a lavish celebration in Florence, Italy.

In case you missed a single detail about the series of events, we’ve done you a solid by rounding up everything we know about the wedding heard round the world.




Kanye was "visibly nervous" while waiting for his bride to walk down the aisle.

The couple exchanged I Do's in front of a flower wall similar to the one Kanye gifted Kim on Mother's Day.

Kim's brother, Rob, was noticeably absent from the Big Day.

Both the bride and groom donned Givenchy for the ceremony; her in a long-sleeved, lace gown and him in a tuxedo. 

Once again, the bridesmaids wore white (they did the same for Kim's wedding to Kris Humphries)

For the party, Kim changed into a custom-designed, embellished Balmain dress. 

Guests dined on an extravagant Tuscan meal followed by a giant seven-tiered cake. 

The reception included a photo booth.

The wedding playlist was a mix of classics and current hits (plus a few by the groom himself), with a live performance of John Legend's "All of Me" for their first dance.

A breakdown of the wedding expenses estimates the whole shabang costing a cool $2.8 million—and that's not  including the week in Paris.

To wrap all of that up, here's the full itinerary from the entire weeklong celebration.

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