Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's first clear wedding pictures surfaced online on Monday and in them the rapper is seen smiling at his glamorous bride.
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The Hollywood power couple exchanged "I dos" before an estimated 200 friends and family at the Forte di Belvedere in Florence, Italy on Saturday. Kardashian, 33, wore a white, long-sleeved, lace wedding gown with matching veil while West, 36, opted for a traditional black and white tuxedo.
On Saturday blurry wedding photos surfaced on social networking sites, however, fans got to see clear photos on Monday.
"Kanye really went out there with his love," Kardashian family friend Malika Haqq told People magazine which published the photos.
The couple tied the knot before a wall of flowers to officially become Mr. and Mrs. Kanye West and they spared no expenses for their big day. The pair dropped a reported $420,000 to rent the famous Forte di Belvedere and allegedly paid a hefty sum for singers like Lana Del Rey and Andrea Bocelli to perform over their wedding weekend.
Guests, which included TV personality Lala Anthony and singer John Legend, were flown from Paris to Florence via private jet for the lavish ceremony.
The night before, an estimated 600 guests attended the reality TV star and the "Yeezus" rapper's rehearsal dinner at the palace of Versailles. The pair reportedly gushed about their love for one another before partying the night away inside of the iconic French landmark.
The wedding was evidently bigger and much more over-the-top in contrast with Kardashian's 2011 wedding to NBA star Kris Humphries. It marks her third marriage and West's first.
The couple are now said to be on honeymoon in Ireland and their daughter is said to be in the care of her grandmother Kris Jenner in Los Angeles.
While the event reportedly ran smoothly for the most part, Kardashian's younger brother Rob fled the wedding after an alleged family dispute.
He was photographed looking downcast in Los Angeles just hours before Kardashian and West tied the knot.