Kim Kardashian's wedding to Kris Humphries on Saturday was anything but a low-key affair.
The bride, 30, wore three ivory Vera Wang gowns throughout the night, and strictly requested her guests wear either black or white. Kim's sisters -- Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, and the groom's sister Kaela -- all wore ivory Vera Wang gowns as well.
The altar where Kim and Kris, 26, exchanged their vows was a huge cross made of Swarovski crystals. "It was a bit much," a source said. "But Kris' family are Christians and very religious, so maybe that was a way of incorporating in religion and Kardashian style!"
The couple's black and white cake -- designed by Hansen Cakes in LA, and estimated to cost a whopping $15,000 to $20,000 -- was a six foot tall, black and white masterpiece.
Kim's sisters changed outfits midway through the evening. Khloe, Kourtney, Kendall and Kylie all ditched their Vera Wang gowns for matching white track suits that said "Team Hump," according to a source.
Kim and Kris' wedding was filmed by reality TV cameras for E!'s two-part special airing in October. The duo will have a second celebration of their "I do's" August 31 in New York.
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