Called for 6 p.m., the ceremony actually got underway at 6:37, and lasted about 30 minutes, reports E! News.
"I so wish my dad could be here today to walk me down the aisle, But I know in a way he is here, and I feel his loving presence all around me. I love and miss you, dad," read Kim's message in a printed program handed to guests. The words paid tribute to her late father, attorney Robert Kardashian. Also remembered were Kris's grandparents.
The Humphries family's pastor, Joel Johnson, officiated the traditional Christian service.
Humphries, as he waited for Kim at the altar, was overheard saying, "I'm nervous," though a few deep breaths seemed to restore his confidence.
Finally, stepfather Bruce Jenner walked Kim down the aisle.
'A Perfect Night'Expectations had been high. Basketball player Carmelo Anthony attended with wife La La Vazquez, who Tweeted: "Butterflies in my stomach for @KimKardashian & @Krishumphries...beyond excited for today! the Anthonys are on our way! Love is in the Air!"
Ryan Seacrest, who was there with Julianne Hough, Tweeted en route: "On the way to @kimkardashian's wedding…Traffic so bad on the [Highway] 101 I had to stop at cold stone creamery."
Later, he described the event as "Beautiful..kim looked regal, a perfect night. I just danced with the whole family."
In a tent separate from where the ceremony took place, Robin Thicke introduced the married couple as "Mr. and Mrs. Humphries," before Kim and Kris danced their first dance to Thicke's "Angels."
Dinner was by celebrated chef Wolfgang Puck.
E! News will air footage from the wedding Sunday at 6 p.m. ET/PT, and a two-part special, Kim's Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event, will air Oct. 9 and 10, only on E!
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