Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom were married Sunday in Beverly Hills. They said their "I do's" just after 5:30 PM at the lavish estate of music manager Irving Azoff, a friend of the bride's family.
The ceremony was held in a luxurious tent set up on Azoff's property. The decor was white with lavender accents, and the flowers were from Mark's Garden, known as the Florist of the Stars.
The bride was in a figure-hugging white gown, almost mermaid-like in style. The groom was in a formal tux.
"There were about 250 guests," a source told RadarOnline.com. "For the reception, they were seated at tables of 14."
Khloe chose not to have a maid or matron-of-honor by her side, but her sisters Kim and Kourtney were there as bridesmaids, a guest at the wedding told RadarOnline.com.
There were also a mind-boggling 60 security people on the premises. Guests were not permitted to bring in cell phones or cameras and no one was allowed in after the scheduled start time.
Lamar spent his final hours of bachelorhood Sunday afternoon at the Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, where he was joined by some close friends and his groomsmen. “Khloe was at another luxury hotel with her sisters," the source said.
The entire wedding and reception were taped for an upcoming special on E! the cable net that made Khloe a star in Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami.