6 Ideas to Steal From Kim Kardashian's Wedding

From the classic black-and-white color combination to her white bridesmaid dresses and towering six-foot wedding cake, we've rounded up some of the hottest Kim Kardashian wedding look-alikes you can steal for your own "I dos."
  1. Kim Kardashian's Wedding Dress Look-Alike

    Photo by Courtesy of Theia Couture

    While Kim reportedly wore three Vera Wang custom gowns, we've really only gotten a clear photo of the first one she donned for the ceremony. The classic strapless, A-line gown had a long train but (a little surprisingly) no over-the-top crystal beading. Here's a similar dress from Theia Couture.

  2. Khloe Kardashian's Bridesmaid Dress Look-Alike

    Photo by Courtesy of Priscilla of Boston

    Kim's a known trendsetter, so it comes as no surprise that she picked up on this trend we spotted recently at Kate Moss’s and Kate Middleton's weddings: The bridesmaids all wear white. Khloe donned a custom Vera Wang gown similar to this one by Vineyard for Priscilla of Boston.

  3. Kris Jenner's Mother-of-the-Bride Dress Look-Alike

    Photo by Clark + Walker Studio

    Mom Kris Jenner also wore a strapless white gown, but this one included an oversize bow across the bust. We like this (slightly toned-down) version from Amsale.

  4. Kim Kardashian's Wedding Headpiece Look-Alike

    Photo by Courtesy of Nordstrom.com

    Like Alicia Keys did last summer, Kim wowed with a daring crystal headpiece that dripped onto her forehead. This one from Nordstrom is just elegant enough and won't distract from your veil or other accessories.

    $68, Nordstrom

  5. Kim Kardashian's Wedding Invitation Look-Alike

    Photo by Minted.com

    While Kim sent her invitations in a black, jewel-encrusted box that opened into a pocket-fold style invitation, these black-and-white invites set the same tone for a classically elegant affair.

    $234 for 100, Minted.com

  6. Kim Kardashian's Wedding Cake Look-Alike

    Photo by Kristen Peelle Photography

    Kim's cake stood at six feet tall (that means it towered over the 5'2" bride!) and played up an unusual octagonal shape. The price tag? A cool $20,000. This cake, while slightly smaller, has the same angular tiers as Kim's that we love.

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