Monday, August 22, 2011

Kim Kardashian's Wedding: The Aftermath

posted by Josh Duboff - Mon Aug 22 2011, 9:04 AM PDT

Kim at the altar. Now that the dust has settled after what's been dubbed America's answer to the Royal Wedding (a depressing designation in that it's probably accurate), here are the stories that have generated the most buzz coming out of the weekend.

-- Kim's dresses. Kim wore a total of three dresses during the evening. Why? Who knows? Frankly, we're kind of surprised she only wore three. The Vera Wang dress that she wore down the aisle -- parts of which are visible in this video from E! News -- was accessorized with a diamond headpiece. Quoth an unnamed source to Us Weekly: "She looked very Armenian, like an Armenian princess."

-- The unusual dress code. Kim mandated that all guests wear either black or white to the wedding, which meant she opened herself up to the possibility of getting "Pippa'd" by other famous females in attendance. And while the jury is still out as to whether or not Kim was actually upstaged (we're waiting for higher quality pictures to make our judgement), bridesmaids/sisters Khloe, Kourtney, Kendall and Kylie all wore white, as did wedding guest Lindsay Lohan. Lohan even took the inspired step of wearing a white version of the infamous green dress Pippa wore at the Royal Wedding evening reception.

PHOTOS: The Kardashian's Pre-Wedding Dash

-- The cake. The cake was insane. At six feet, it was taller than Kim by about a foot. And it cost $20,000. And no one actually ate it (they served a different cake to guests). This wedding!!

-- The noise complaints. One would have thought the Kardashians -- who seemed to have thought of everything in terms of this wedding -- would have made sure to check in with neighbors of the venue (or at the very least, send them one of Kim's perfumes as a gift or something). But it seems the neighbors were none too pleased about the massive wedding, making noise complaints and resulting in the dance floor being shut down early.

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