Is Kim Kardashian's Wedding Invitation Fake?
July 28, 2011
TMZ has “obtained” a copy of Kim Kardashian’s wedding invitation, making public not only the stationery preference of the couple, but, gasp — the date, time and dress code of the much-anticipated event. The invitation is circling the web, but we have our suspicions about whether its actually real.
Three reasons I think it’s fake:
1. The names. Their middle names (hers is Noel, his is Nathan) are conspicuously omitted; usually full names are listed on formal invites, and any fancy schmancy stationer would know this.
2. The time & address. There is no time or address listed. What is this, her save-the-date?
3. The obvious privacy issues. I doubt Kim or the folks at E! would give away so much information for an event they’re airing on television. Yes, Kim is an attention-whore, but she’s contractually obligated to the E! special, and having additional media in Montecito on the day of her wedding could compromise that.
Right now, TMZ is the only site with the actual photo (sorry for the watermark), so we can’t confirm that it’s actually real — but if it is, nice job, Kardashian krew crew. Also, please note the crossing K’s emblem – because, if you haven’t noticed, both of their names start with K. And if you know anything about the Kardashians, you know they’re really excited about words that begin with that letter.
If it’s real, we’ll eat our words. But if it’s not, please expect a fair amount of gloating.
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