“I can’t believe it’s finally here!” were Kim’s words on her virtual guest book, yesterday, before her wedding (which, by the way you can find right here). Wasn’t she only engaged for like 6 hours? Strange…

With People Magazine having the $1M exclusive rights to the wedding photos, and Ryan Seacrest producing the official wedding broadcast, we know it’d difficult to find all of the information about the festivities. Unfortunately, we misplaced our invitation. But, we dug up some dirt for our Bold readers!

Here are the facts: 

Kim wore a strapless, ivory dress with a long train from  Vera Wang with Guiseppe Zanotti shoes.

Kris Humphries wore a Ermenegildo Zegna tuxedo, with black pants, a white shirt and a white bow tie.

The wedding bands were designed by Lorraine Schwartz.

Kim’s party, included Khloé Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian , Kylie and Kendal Jenner and Kris’ sister, Kaela Humphries. They all wore ivory.

A passage in the program, written by Kim, read: “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.”

Official Toasts (there were several throughout the night)

“Tonight is really about family— joining two families,”said Bruce Jenner.

“Shake your t*its” to the music of Earth, Wind and Fire!”  saod Khloe (we’re not sure why)

Endoresements (Kim profited quite a bit from the celebration)

Exclusive pictures: Rights for photos from the wedding apparently sold for $1.5 million toPeople (which also ran the enagagment photos). We should get our first look at the images Tuesday or Wednesday of this week.

Television ads: E! is expected to take in close to $13 million in ad revenue for the wedding special, some of which is sure to find its way into the Kardashian pocketbook.

Free Goodies: Designer Lehr & Black made Kim’s invitations, an estimated cost of over $10,000. Kim received $50,000 from Tao to host her bachelorette party there. Hansen’s Cakes is gifting them their wedding cake (their cakes typically sell for about $6,000). And, of course, Vera Wang is designed a $20,000 creation for the wedding.