Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom made it official on Sunday (September 27) when the couple married in Beverly Hills. The pair met in July, dated for about a month, and were married in front of their friends and family at a private estate.
Kardashian wore a white strapless gown with a lavender sash, reportedly designed by Vera Wang, and wore her hair down. The bride carried white roses and was escorted down the aisle by her step-dad, Olympian Bruce Jenner, according to E! Online.
Her maids of honor included her fellow reality-star sisters Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, while their younger sisters, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, were bridesmaids. Their brother, Rob, was one of Odom's groomsmen and his business partner Jamie Sangouthai was the best man.
For the reception, in addition to the nine-carat ring Odom got her for their engagement, Kardashian wore a one-shoulder white dress, and the couple had their first dance to Anita Baker's "Angel." The pair's cake was a black-and-white, multi-tiered Hansen's Cake.
The guest list was a who's who of Hollywood that included Ryan Seacrest, Chelsea Handler, Kelly Osbourne, Kobe and Vanessa Bryant, Alan Thicke, Joe Francis, Joel Silver, Lara Spencer, Brittny Gastineau, Adrian Bailon, and Lala Vasquez. Also in attendance were Lakers coach Phil Jackson, team general manager Mitch Kupchak, and Odom's fellow pro ballers Ron Artest, Derek Fisher, Luke Walton, and Sasha Vujacic.
When asked if he would create a show about the newlyweds, "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" producer Ryan Seacrest said, "I'm seriously thinking about it," according to People.