KimYe Wedding PHOTOS Released: Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Marry In Florence, Italy Over Weekend [VIDEO]

Kim Kardashian is officially a Mrs!

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The new Mrs. West tied the knot with her longtime boyfriend, Clique rapper Kanye West in Florence, Italy, Saturday, May 24. After much speculation that the wedding would actually be held in Paris, the couple and a couple hundred of their closest friends and family including John Legend, Mos Def, Kardashian's BFF Rachel Roy and ATL actress Malika Haqq.

People magazine got a hold of a couple of wedding pictures (see them here) that revealed Kardashian's long-sleeved, laced, Givenchy gown. The dress was one of Kardashian's signature body hugging styles that showed off her curves. She also donned a long veil in front of and behind her face and held on to a modest bouquet. It was definitely a family affair as West and the couple's 11-month-old daughter North also wore Givenchy for the special day.

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Kardashian kept her hair sleek and simple with a middle part as her long tresses fell down her back.

A wall of flowers enclosed the ceremony while one of Kardashian's favorite singers, Lana Del Rey, serenaded the couple at their rehearsal dinner at the palace of Versailles.

And the lavish decor kept going at the reception. Guests enjoyed more than $100,000 worth of floral arrangements with special scents as Legend and Andrea Bocelli performed. West wasn't afraid to "go all out" for his blushing bride when it came to covering the wedding festivities.

Haqq told People magazine, "Kanye really went all out there with his love."

12 Years a Slave director Steve McQueen added that it was, "wonderful! Lots of fun."

Carla DiBello also posted a picture with Kardashian on Instagram and described the evening as the "most magical night ever."

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