Khloe Kardashian was every bit the blushing bride as she walked down the aisle to meet her groom, Lamar Odom.
She looked beautiful in a figure hugging Vera Wang white gown that was mermaid like in style, while Lamar looked handsome in a formal tuxedo.
Khloe was walked down the aisle by her step father Bruce Jenner and was accompanied by sisters Kourtney and Kim, Kendall and Kylie Jenner along with Khadijah Haqq, Malika Haqq and Lauren London, while a ten-piece orchestra played in the back ground.
The guests were a mixture of showbiz, sports and the world of legal eagles with Kobe Bryant and wife Vanessa, Ryan Seacrest, Kelly Osbourne, Lara Spencer, ex OJ legal aide Howard Weitzman, Joe Francis, Clippers basketball player Baron Davis, controversial talk show host Chelsea Handler and Phil Jackson, Lamar's Laker's coach.
When asked what he would tell Lamar, Seacrest responded, "Congratulations, it's a lifetime of commitment." Then when asked when he was going to wed Ryan said, "Not yet!"
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Thankfully Lamar has not been so hesitant and apparently the wedding went without a hitch.
In true Kardashian style, the reception featured a Hollywood nightclub theme and was held under a tent on the property after the ceremony. An eyewitness tells RadarOnline.com that the bride and groom danced their first dance as husband and wife to 'You are so beautiful' sung by Babyface.
Guests dined on a four course feast which started with chilled heirloom tomato soup with mozzarella and cream, a salad of melons with fresh figs and feta, followed by a choice of filet mignon or wild salmon fillet. The wedding cake had four-tiers.
And in a moving tribute, Kris Jenner asked the guests to dance to traditional Armenian music in honor of Khloe's late father, Robert Kardashian.