The couple's week of romance started with celebrations in Paris ahead of yesterday's ceremony held at Italian landmark Fort Belvedere, set on a hilltop overlooking the rooftops of Florence.
Kim and Kanye - who both recently appeared on the cover of Vogue US - wore Givenchy as they exchanged their vows in front of family, friends and pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr, who was flown in from Miami to hold the service. The happy couple's 11-month-old daughter North also wore a Givenchy dress.
According to MailOnline, Kanye introduced his wife as Kim Kardashian West during an eight-minute speech.
"I just wanna stop the music a second 'cos my baby's coming back with a new dress on. Here she is - Kim Kardashian West," he said.
But in the run up to seeing his bride, Kanye was apparently a bit nervous, swigging from a water bottle.
It sounds like Kanye drew some inspiration from the wall of roses and peonies he created for Kim's Mother's Day gift earlier in the month, because the wedding venue was full of them!
But the day didn't all run smoothly because there was a bit of a drama early on when the wedding cake took a tumble.
After the ceremony, guests sat for dinner before hearing Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli sing. The party was in full swing when R'n'B star John Legend took to the mic to sing hits such as Ordinary People, All Of You and At Last - which is thought to have been the couple's first dance.
"He was so in to you before he was even with you. He is in love with you. I am so happy to see you two together."
The Daily Star has a reported that the extravagant weekend cost a massive $18million.
Guests included Chrissy Teigen, rapper Common, magician David Blaine, designer Rachel Roy, and Vogue's Andre Leon Talley.
In the run up to the big day, the couple held a party in Versailles Paris, and Kim also hit the town with her sisters and BFFs.
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