Kim Kardashian Writing Her Own Vows

August 17, 2011 By:
Kim Kardashian Writing Her Own Vows

Kim Kardashian is going to say her own wedding vows. And I can only imagine the phone calls, emails and DMs she's getting from companies asking them to toss in a shout-out. No, I will not mention QuickTrim when I say Kris' name.

Only three more days until Kim ties the knot to basketball fiancé Kris Humphries. And let's hope she's got phone books or something to stand on at the alter, otherwise I'm not sure Humphries is going to be able to find her when it's time to kiss the bride.

A source told OK! magazine: "The one thing that was making her anxious was her vows. She wanted them to be just right and wrote them herself. Kim also had a hard time deciding what song to use for their first dance."

And Kim's not the only one who's anxious. If one of the Kardashian kids is nervous, you can bet Kris Jenner is losing her sh-t. Jenner is apparently desperate to see the hard work that's gone into preparing the wedding. And she's most excited to see it all conclude with the vows.

Jenner says, "The actual ‘I dos' are the moment that all of our hard work and all of her love and everything culminates into - this one beautiful moment."

One beautiful moment that will be broadcast on E! and probably featured on The Soup!.

And after the wedding, the couple will, of course, enjoy their honeymoon. A year from now.

A source tells Life & Style mag, "With her work schedule, [summer 2012] is the earliest Kim can get away."

Apparently, Kim will be heading to New York City next week to begin shooting Kourtney & Kim Take New York. And Kris isn't happy about it.

"Kris is not over the moon," says the source.

Translated from 1950s slang, that means he's not happy.

Kim and her new husband will be living in a penthouse suite at the Gansevoort Park Avenue hotel. After Kourtney & Kim Take New York wraps up, rumor has it the newlyweds will get their own spinoff series.

Oh, good. I was starting to think some part of the Kardashians' life might be private. Blasphemy.