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Kim and Kanye's wedding could make them $21 million

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Most couples marry for love and worry about how they will pay for the wedding. However, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West can marry for love and have their wedding paid for with money to spare. The couple is expected to make at least $21 million from their wedding. According to Castanet, Kim and Kanye are "cutting deals left and right." They want to make as much money as possible from their wedding with pictures and video tape going to the highest bidder.

An insider tells In Touch, “They realized how much their wedding was costing, so they told E! they wouldn’t allow parts of it to be taped unless the network offered them more than $15 million, which is what Kim got for her wedding to Kris Humphries."

The money doesn't end there. Kim’s mother, Kris Jenner wants to get in on the action too. The insider continues, “Kris is trying to get them another $4 million for their wedding photos!”

Kim will allow E! to film everything leading up to the wedding and everything after the wedding ceremony. Another source reports that, “She’s taping everything else so she can get things for free in exchange for the exposure.”

At the Beverly Hills Penninsula Hotel, Kim allegedly allowed a film crew in to tape her Parisian-themed bridal shower. This was done so they didn’t have to pay for anything. The brands that wanted exposure happily supplied Kim and her guests the things free.

So, here is the question for this article. Would you sell your wedding day for money and things or do you consider your wedding to be a private affair? Put your thoughts below in the comment section.

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