On Saturday night she said "I do" to Kris Humphries in a stunning ivory gown designed by Vera Wang -- and a source tells Us Weekly her celebrations were "elegant and understated" and the bride and groom "really seemed happy and in love with each other."
Kim, 30, wore a diamond headpiece for her veil and a long fitted dress with a train as Bruce Jenner escorted her down the aisle. Her hair was up in a bun, and according to a source, "She looked very Armenian, like an Armenian princess!"
Kim's nephew Mason Disick, who had the important role of ring bearer, kept guests laughing. "He kept going back up the aisle," a source tells Us. "Finally I think on the third try he had the rings!"
The altar was made of a huge cross made of Swarovski crystals. "It was a bit much," a source said. "But Kris' family are Christians and very religious, so maybe that was a way of incorporating in religion and Kardashian style!"
The food was catered by Wolfgang Puck, and included buffalo mozzarella and heirloom tomato salad with basil and tomato chips. The couple's black and white cake -- designed by Hansen Cakes in LA, and estimated to cost a whopping $15,000 to $20,000 -- was a six foot tall, black and white masterpiece.
The newlyweds plan to celebrate their nuptials again on August 31 on the east coast. Niche Media founder Jason Binn and wedding planner to to the stars Colin Cowie are throwing the duo another bash in New York.