Kim Kardashian's wedding to rapper Kanye West is one of the most anticipated wedding event in Hollywood history, thanks to both stars' popularity and possible stellar guest list.
Recently, the reality star went to Paris with Serena Williams to check on the gown she will be wearing in the upcoming nuptials. A source told E! News that Kim Kardashian is head over heels with the wedding dress she picked out. However, it is not revealed what designer brand she will be wearing, but confirmed it is one of the "elite" designers out there.
However, photos of Kim visiting the Balmain showroom arose speculations that the star will be wearing the brand. Reports suggest taking long-time friend Serena Williams in her travel hints Kim asked her second opinion. Rumours also emerge that Kim has already chosen her bridesmaid's dresses and is currently on the final phase of planning her wedding.
Meanwhile, the wedding date will likely happen in May 24, 2014, according to various sources, in a romantic getaway in France. In a scoop by ETOnline, a close friend of Kim Kardashian tips invitations have already been sent, asking guests to mark their calendars on May 24.
Fans of the couple who will not be able to witness the event, on the other hand, have nothing to worry about. HollywoodLife reports the couple agreed to feature their wedding pictures in Vogue following its controversial April cover. If proved true, fans will see Kim and Kanye's wedding shots in the summer edition of the magazine. [See Photo of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West in Vogue Cover]
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are touted to be Hollywood's next certified power couple. Moreover, they seem are pretty much in love with one another with Kanye even writing a song for the mother of his child, North.
Early this April, Kanye West collaborated with rapper Future for a single where he sings his delight over winning Kim Kardashian's "Yes." The song is entitled "I Won." Aside from Kim, he also mentioned the rest of the Kardashian family, saying that Kris Jenner have raised daughters worthy to be called trophies. [Read more]