Remember all of those crazy Kimye wedding rumors that seemed too wacky to be true? Now, Kim Kardashian is coming out to say that if they seem slightly unbelievable, it's because they are — well, kind of.
During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, Kim sat down to address some of the most fascinating stories that came out of their May 26 nuptials at Forte di Belvedere in Florence, Italy.
For starters, that 45-minute toast that even Kanye said happened was actually much shorter, even though it was still long by wedding toast standards. "It wasn't 45 minutes," Kim clarified. "It was about 20 minutes. It wasn't about himself, it was about us and everyone that was there." For his part, Kanye told GQ last month that the speech was about the status of celebrity, so they're pretty much on the same page about that.
She also confirmed that they opted for a marble table the guests' names engraved at their seats instead of traditional place cards. "We had this long table that everyone was eating at, and instead of having place cards we engraved everyone's name in this marble table. He [Kanye] explained to everyone that we engraved the names because everyone is engraved in our hearts, and everyone that was there was so special to us."
As for what we'd heard about uninvited guests and last-minute drop-outs messing up that arrangement? It's kind of true. One expected invitee (Beyoncé or Jay Z perhaps?) didn't attend after the table was engraved. "It was the worst," Kim told Kimmel. "We tried to put white paint and cover the name."
So, that's that! But Kim, being the reality starlet that loves giving details, didn't stop there. She also said that North didn't make a peep during the wedding ("My baby shockingly doesn't cry.") and divulged some disappointment that some of their wedding plans were made public before the big day.
"We tried to trick everyone as to where the ceremony would be held, but when the information was leaked it kind of sucked," she said.
She may have been upset, but we loved the sneak peek!