Beaming and beautiful bride Kim Kardashian is the picture of happiness as she is about to exchange vows with fiance Kris Humphries.
In a sneak peek at the couple's wedding, which took place at a private residence in Montecito, California on Saturday night, the 30-year-old reality star is blushing as she stands hand-in-hand with her now husband, just moments before their nuptials.
E! Entertainment gave fans a sneak preview of the big day last night, ahead of the full ceremony, which will air on the network in early October.
Following the ceremony, the action moved to a separate tent with the bride changing into a second Vera Wang mermaid gown with more Chantilly lace on the bodice and hand-cut organza petals on the skirt, with the reality star expected to change into a third creation.
Soul singer Robin Thicke introduced 'Mr and Mrs Humphries' and sang his song Angels for the couple's first dance as husband and wife, then Let's Stay Together.
Following the ceremony, bridal designer Vera Wang Tweeted: 'Wow! @KimKardashian What a joyous, beautiful, magical night! Wishing you and Kris all the blessings in the world xx Vera.
According to wedding guests, Humphries whispered to his groomsmen, included his new brothers-in-law Rob Kardashian and Lamar Odom, 'I'm nervous' as he arrived at the alter, E! reports.
The order of service also included an emotional tribute to Kris Humphries' late grandparents and Kim's late father Robert Kardashian.
Kim wrote: 'I so wish my dad could be here today to walk me down the aisle. But I know in a way he is here, and I feel his loving presence all around me. I love and miss you, dad.'
The wedding breakfast was made by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck with a starter of buffalo mozzarella and tomato salad, and a choice of hand-formed agnolotti with sweet corn mascarpone and summer truffles, or roast chicken with Yukon Gold potato puree, caramelized brussels sprouts and summer truffles for the main course.
Guests at the wedding were treated to high security measures including metal detectors and having their phones and cameras taken away.