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Despite speculation that Kate Middleton's wedding dress designer, Sarah Burton, along with Albar Elbaz of Lanvin and a few other A-list couturiers were in the running for Kim Kardashian's wedding dress, when it came down to it, Kanye West's brand-new wife had only one man in mind: Riccardo Tisci of Givenchy.
A rep from Givenchy confirmed to Us Weekly that Kim did indeed wear the label, along with Kanye West in a Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci tuxedo, and little North West in a Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci dress. And, to be completely honest, we're not too surprised — Tisci is a close friend of the bride and groom and has designed for the reality star many times (remember that controversial floral dress a very pregnant Kimmie wore to the 2013 Met Gala? That was Tisci).
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The gown itself (which is making its rounds on Twitter) is exactly what was described when the Sarah Burton rumors arose: long-sleeve lace on what looks like a tight-fitting mermaid silhouette. An unexpected surprise? Illusion lace cutouts at the waist and a gorgeous sheer cathedral-length veil.
A few other exciting details have emerged since news of the marriage first broke: According to People, Kim and Kanye exchanged vows in front of a large wall of flowers similar to the Mother's Day gift she received just two weeks ago. A source told People that the vows were very intimate and softly spoken, and both Kanye and Kim were all smiles at the end of the ceremony.
But before they even got to the "I dos," Andrea Bocelli sang Con te Partiró as Kim walked down the aisle. Bocelli wasn't the only surprise performer involved — John Legend sang his iconic love ballad from his own wedding, "All of Me," during the reception! That special tune wasn't used for the first dance, though. Instead, Kimye graced the dance floor for the first time as man and wife to a mash-up of Etta James's "At Last" performed by Legend, "These Arms of Mine" and "A Little Tenderness" by Otis Redding, which, then, Us Weekly reports, led to Kanye rapping for the crowd.
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Another new detail? The big-day invitations and escort cards were crafted by high-end Los Angeles stationery Lehr and Black. The off-white and gold escort cards reflected the reception's set-up: One long 224-foot imperial marble engraved tale. The menu to complement the lavish setup included chicken, steak, salmon, tortelloni and both rosé and gold Armand de Brignac Champagne, and a seven foot-tall wedding cake that featured white icing and layers of fruit, People reports.
Last but not least, all signs point to Jay Z and Beyoncé as no shows. Bey did, however, post a sweet Instagram wishing the couple well. The caption reads: "Wishing you a lifetime of unconditional love. God bless your beautiful family."
If all of the above didn't convince that Kimye threw quite the party, check out the fireworks set-off in Florence to honor the over-the-top affair, below.