Kim Kardashian's Wedding Actually Sounded a Little Like a Hot Mess, Huh?

8/5/2014 3:45 AM PDT, by Sarah Taylor
So Kim Kardashian opened up to Jimmy Kimmel last night about the behind-the-scenes of her fairytale wedding to Kanye West earlier this summer, and if you thought everything went off without a hitch just because the "KUWTK" cameras weren't there filming every move, you'd be wrong, because it sounds like a big ol' hot mess, with everything ranging from gross drunkenness to the destruction of public property. 

To Kimmel, Kim said, "[Our guests] drank way too much [the night before the wedding]. Khloe [also] drank a little too much the night before, and I had to wake her up. She was laying down and getting her makeup done while she was sleeping, she was so hungover."

She continued by claiming that instead of using normal placards for their guests, they, instead, etched their names into the tabletop -- which was marble, y'all -- because "everyone is engraved in [their] hearts." ... Does that mean that Kim's heart is made of impermeable marble? You can discuss that amongst yourselves. Moving on! 

She did go ahead and confirm that Kanye's groom speech was longer than at most ceremonies -- around 20 minutes she said -- and concurred that the speech was about Kim, Kanye, and their guests ... which we'd caught wind of back in May. Don't you remember how smug and righteous and self-congratulatory that thing allegedly was?

All joking aside, it's nice to know that there was obviously some levity to a situation that just seemed so damn serious ... it's good to know that they actually did enjoy themselves, and weren't too stressed out by all of the planning and sneaking and venue-moving that went on pre-ceremony.

Oh to be a Kardashian or whatever.

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