Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries’ marriage may have ended after 72 days, but the decor from their spectacular, televised wedding special lives on. The couple’s event designer Rrivre Davies is auctioning off a few pieces of decor from the pair’s 2011 wedding, along with other one-of-a-kind items from events orchestrated for her A-list client roster.
The pieces from Kardashian and Humphries’ nuptials include a studded cross and custom silk pillows that filled out the private estate in Montecito, California, from when the couple married seven years ago.
“The scale of the venue was quite large, so I designed this cross as oversized,” Davies told People of the cross that hung above the couple when they married. “I took inspiration from historic Armenian crosses to conceptualize this piece. The construction is solid wood, shaped to have dimensions so that from any angle you see the bling of the crystals. The bling greets the old world cross with new world opulent flair.”
Premiere Props, which is auctioning the lot, is also selling ivory pillows that were especially made for the nuptials. “These silk pillows were custom-made with the monogram that was used all over the wedding,” she said, while revealing that the pieces were “made with metallic silver thread in the background design to make sure the bling factor was present even here.”
The auction itself will take place in L.A. on July 28 and 29, and for those who are international or remote, there’s also an option to call in to bid on the 50,000 pieces all from a variety of events.
Other Kardashian family items that could be a fit for your wedding vision include a pure white sofa used for James Harden’s birthday party in 2015 (back when the NBA player dated Khloe Kardashian). There’s also a bourne for sale, which was an “incredibly versatile” option according to the designer.
“There is a sense of gathering that goes with a piece that guests can approach from all angles, and surrounded by ottomans, it is the perfect conversation area for guests and hosts to mingle,” Davies explained. “With clean white suede and simple diamond tufting, it is stately and inviting.”
Davies also helped design Big Bang Theory actress Kaley Cuoco’s 2014 wedding to tennis player Ryan Sweeting. Those looking to pull off an elegant, pink-themed wedding might want to pay attention to these offerings. Davies recalled how the former couple’s chandeliers provided “just the right balance of elegance and felinity.” The pair memorably gathered guests for their surprise nuptials to welcome the new year.
“Kaley invited her guests to a PARTY, not a wedding,” Davies added. “Very few had any clue she was going to get married on New Year’s Eve. She wanted a fire and ice theme. When we opened the drapes leading into the wedding area, the guests were shocked and bedazzled. With crystal, bling, chandeliers and low-lying fog, the space had a sense of mystery, magic and excitement that wowed the attendees and left them wondering… did this really just happen?”
Both Kardashian and Cuoco have since moved on–the former marrying Kanye West in a Florentine wedding in 2014. Cuoco is currently engaged to equestrian Karl Cook. She celebrated her pink-themed bachelorette party this weekend.
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