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Kim Kardashian's Wedding by the Numbers

Kim Kardashian
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The carat-count on her "I do" jewelry, the price of her dresses, the ad rates E! will earn.

Kim Kardshian's weekend wedding to New Jersey Nets forward Kris Humphries is estimated to have cost $6 million by her wedding planner Sharon Sacks, who admits the E! reality star received deep discounts by promoting the companies with publicity on her Twitter account and on TV.

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$100,000: Ad rates E! could charge for Oct. 9 and 10th special Kim's Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event.

$2.5 Million: Price of Lorraine Schwartz headpiece she wore to walk down the aisle.

65 carats: Size of Schwartz headpiece, an homage to Audrey Hepburn, according to People magazine.

20.5 carats: Size of Schwartz engagement ring, which cost $2 million, but she received at a fraction of the price, as The Hollywood Reporter detailed.

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$10 million: Cost of Schwartz jewelry she wore on her wedding day, which she called her "something borrowed."

$5 million: Worth of her 28-carat earrings.

$200,000: Cost of Kardashian's wedding band, which consists of 15 carats of emerald-cut diamonds.

$150,000: Price of Kardsahian's hair, makeup and grooming, as reported by Us Weekly.

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$10,000: Price of Lehr & Black designed crystal-embellished black-and-white engraved gatefold invitations.

$1.5 Million: Price People magazine paid for licensing fees for the photos and exclusive access.

11 pages: Length of People's spread on the couple.

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3: Number of custom-made Vera Wang gowns Kardashian wore.

5 Million: Estimated number of total viewers for Kim's Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event. By comparison, sister Khloe's wedding to Lamar Odom earned 3.2 million viewers in November 2009, making it the most-watched broadcast in E!'s history at the time.

8 Million: Estimated number of people who would have tuned in if the wedding were aired live.

9.3 Million: Kardashian's Twitter Followers

200,000: Circulation of a magazine like Brides, which is why vendors were eager for publicity for Kardashian's wedding.

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