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Kim Kardashian "Konnubial"

As reported, Kim Kardashian will finally wed on August 20, 2011.  Per statements and a short video (below) from her bridal shower, her family is extremely excited and looking forward to Kim's walk down the white aisle ... and so are we!

According to the double-K monogrammed wedding invitation, the black-tie event is set to take place in Montecito, California (near Oprah Winfrey's lavish estate).  As with many celebrity couples, specific location information was left off the invitation for security purposes.  But we can count on the paparazzi uncovering this little secret in no time.
It seems Kim has been eager to join her sisters, Khloe and Kourtney, in the "larger milestones of life" (marriage and children).  Needless to say, her engagement to NBA player Kris Humphries was no shock.  Albeit, the enormous 20.5 carat engagement ring was quite a surprise.  Whoa!

So as the entertainment world awaits photos and details of what's sure to be an extravagant affair, much speculation has arisen concerning the bride's choice of gown.  It's fair to guess she has endless options, but quite unlikely we'll get a glimpse of the lucky design prior to the wedding day.  Still, it's so much fun to guess, isn't it?  We're thinking Kim may take a que from one of the following fabulous designs:





We're predicting Kim will pull from the one-shoulder trend, infuse a little romance (perhaps with hints of lace) and definitely select a gown that's somewhat form-fitting.  What's your best guess for Kim?
(gown photos courtesy of Wedding Inspirasi)

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by Rashana Anderson
Founder & Managing Director, THE BRIDAL PARTY


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