Keeping up with Kardashian tradition, cameras have been following their every move leading up to the big day. So have the fans.
Kardashian has been tweeting to her nine million followers about how she has been getting in shape for her dress, and how happy she is to be walking down the aisle.
"There is a huge buzz around the wedding; the anticipation is reaching a real high!"said Jen Garcia, Assistant Editor of People Magazine.
500 guests received an invite, which arrived in a custom-made box that was covered with hundreds of jet black crystals. Garcia was one of the few journalists to get one.
"It's a black tie event - everyone will be dressed to the nines, and all guests should wear black or white attire," Garcia added.
Kardashian recently told Good Morning America how hands-on she's been with all of the guest arrangements.
"I stayed up all night last night, you know, doing wedding stuff, and getting people's addresses and the seating charts," she said, "and it's a lot of work."
Security for the wedding will be tight. Besides the E! Network, no cameras will be allowed. Even the guests are being asked to keep their phones at home.
"We made sure that under no circumstances was anybody going to get a shot," said Kardashian's wedding planner, Sharon Sacks.
The million dollar shot that everyone will be waiting to see is what Kardashian will be wearing. She is reportedly choosing from three custom-made Vera Wang dresses, each costing up to 25 thousand dollars.
America's reality royalty is said to have been inspired by Will and Kate, when she chose a 20 thousand dollar, 10-layer white wedding cake with chocolate chip frosting.