Reality star and fashion entrepreneur Kim Kardashian and New Jersey Nets forward Kris Humphries were married Saturday afternoon Pacific Time at the Sotto Il Monte estate in Montecito, Calif., in a wedding attended by hundreds of guests including numerous celebrities.

Kardashian, 30, wore a custom Vera Wang gown, reported E! News, while Humphries, 26, sported an Ermenegildo Zegna tuxedo with a white jacket and tie. The couple exchanged wedding bands by Lorraine Schwartz, who designed Kardashian's 20.5-carat engagement ring.

The multimillion-dollar extravaganza has provided tabloid fodder for weeks, even as Kardashian and her high-profile family kept particulars unconfirmed. Secrecy extended to the ceremony, to which guests were forbidden to bring cameras or cell phones, reported Us Weekly, which said metal detectors and body scanners would be used. The cable network E!, home of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" and three spinoff series, said CaseGlobal security guards patrolled the Sycamore Canyon Road estate, and several giant, white balloons were tethered to block aerial photography.

Guests included actress Lindsay Lohan, of Merrick, and her mother and manager, Dina Lohan, who have been Kardashian family friends for some time. Among others attending, said E!, were Ryan Seacrest, Eva Longoria, Julianne Hough, Melanie (Scary Spice) Brown, the New York Knicks' Carmelo Anthony and his wife, LaLa Vazquez, boxer Sugar Ray Leonard, and Brittny Gastineau, daughter of former New York Jet Mark Gastineau. "Dancing with the Stars" pro Mark Ballas choreographed the bride and groom's first dance.

Others previously reported to attend included Christina Aguilera, Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, Kanye West, Nicole Richie, Kelly Osbourne, Serena and Venus Williams, Kathie Lee Gifford, Maria Menounos, Greta Van Susteren and Demi Lovato, who was to attend on her birthday.

Columnist Richard Mineards of the Montecito Journal told the Santa Barbara TV station KEYT that singer Stevie Wonder and the band Earth, Wind and Fire were scheduled to perform.

A hiccup occurred when 50 guests were bumped "because the fire marshal had to cut it down," KISS-FM radio personality Ellen K, a friend of the Kardashians, told the Los Angeles TV station KTLA. Also, while the Kardashians had filed for road closure and filing permits, they had neglected to file for an event permit, according to the local newspaper the Santa Barbara Independent, and could be subject to a fine. California High Patrol spokesman Officer Jeremy Wayland told the paper that police overtime costs were being paid for by the wedding's security company.

E! is scheduled to air wedding footage Sunday at 6 p.m., and is producing a two-part, four-hour special set for Oct. 9 and 10. The Hollywood Reporter said People magazine was paying $1.5 million for exclusive wedding pictures after winning a bidding war.

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