Khloe Kardashian Gets Married!

Celebrity News Sep. 27, 2009 AT 9:22PM
Khloe Kardashian Gets Married! Credit: Jean Baptiste Lacroix/WireImage.com

After just one month of dating, Khloe Kardashian and Los Angeles Lakers forward Lamar Odom have married, Usmagazine.com has confirmed.

The ceremony, which began Sunday afternoon just after 5 p.m. with the traditional Wedding March, was held at the Los Angeles mansion of Kardashian family friend and music manager Irving Azoff.

It is the first marriage for both Kardashian, 25, and Odom, 29, who has two children from a previous relationship.

Check out stunning celebrity wedding photos.

Kardashian's immediate family members -- mom Kris Jenner, stepfather Bruce Jenner, sisters Kim, 28, and Kourtney, 30 and brother Robert -- were among the 200 guests, who received cupcakes in purple and yellow Lakers colors as favors.

Kardashian's bridesmaids wore short strapless lilac dresses.

Also in attendance were Odom's L.A. Lakers teammates, Ryan Seacrest, Kelly Osbourne, reality star Brittny Gastineau and TV personality LaLa Vasquez.

"I wish them the best, and I'm sure they are going to have a great, happy, long marriage," Vasquez told Us at an event last Thursday.

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Kardashian and Odom made their first public appearance Sept. 3 at West Hollywood club Guys and Dolls.

"Khloe is smart and beautiful, and that is very hard to find," Odom -- who recently signed a four-year, $33 million contract with the Lakers -- told Us at the time.

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Odom's basketball schedule was one issue. (The Lakers are set to play their first preseason game on Oct. 7.)

"Khloe and Lamar [wanted] to get married before Lamar has to go away for training, and the [basketball] season starts up [this fall]," a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly.

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Despite the quickie nuptials, the pair will last, their friends tell Us.

"They are just a great couple," wedding guest Gastineau told Us last week. "I think when you meet a couple, you can just tell if they work. And they work."

Added Lakers player Ron Artest, "Love is strong, so I think it's cool. I'm happy for them."

 

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