Skip to main content
Report this ad

See also:

Kim Kardashian celebrates her bridal shower

Kim Kardashian (not at her shower)
Photo by Rich Polk

Kim Kardashian was the guest of honor at a bridal showed on May 10. The reality television star wore white (naturally) as she celebrated with family and friends at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills. According to Radar Online, it may have been a white party because Kim's mom, Kris Jenner, was also spotted wearing white. There were also white linens and white roses were used in the centerpieces.

According to Us Weekly, the soiree was "Parisian-themed," a clear nod to Kim and Kanye's upcoming Paris wedding (rumored to be happening on May 24). Kim, 33, was surrounded by her sisters, Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall, and Kylie. Also in attendance were longtime Kim pals Brittny Gastineau, Leah Jenner, Joyce Bonelli, Rachel Roy, and Shelli Azoff. It's unknown who planned the shower -- but your guess is probably Kris Jenner, and you're probably right.

Kim Kardashian's bridal shower brunch included items such as "bagels, brioche French toast, smoked bacon, chicken gyros, and country pork sausage patties" according to Us Weekly. Everyone seemed to have a lovely time, chatting, munching, and taking pictures in a small photobooth rented for the event.

While Kanye West was not on hand for the shower (it was girls only!), his family was on-hand to honor Kim. Everyone seems really excited for the wedding -- as they should be. It sounds like Kim will finally get her happily ever after.

Kim recently talked about rumors surrounding her upcoming nuptials by taking to Twitter and setting the record straight. Kim said that she and Kanye were not filming their wedding for a "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" special of any kind. She also said that the two weren't married yet despite a report that they obtained their marriage license in Calif. Kim and Kanye both seem to be looking forward to their big day and the public cannot wait to see the very first pictures (hopefully Kimye won't make fans wait too long).

Report this ad