When Kimye makes their relationship official, North West will be a huge part of the wedding and she’s getting shoes made especially for the occasion, a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
North West is known for getting elaborate designer gifts, and her parents wedding is no exception. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West‘s little girl will walk her mama down the aisle in a pair of custom diamond-encrusted shoes that the couple are designing themselves, HollywoodLife.com learned EXCLUSIVELY.
North West Getting Custom Designed Diamond Shoes For Kimye Wedding
North is a huge part of Kim and Kanye’s relationship, and they want her to look the part on their wedding day.
Kanye and Kim “are spending a lot of time with [jewelry designer] Lorraine (Schwartz) and they want her to create North a pair of one of a kind, diamond shoes, so she can walk her mother down the aisle when Kanye asks for her hand in marriage,” a source close to Kanye told HollywoodLife.com exclusively.
“Kanye wants Nori to be symbolic in the wedding because she’s the product of the ultimate love he and Kim share for one another,” the source said of “Nori’s” participation in the wedding. “She’s their creation and Nori is so pure and Kanye wants her to walk with Kim down the aisle, taking her first steps in this life to welcome her everlasting loving parents in their union of love.”
Kim and Kanye: Wedding Preparations Underway
Kimye got engaged on Oct. 21, on Kim’s birthday! The couple has been planning their wedding ever since. Not only does Kim want North a part of the ceremony, she definitely want Bruce to walk her down the aisle, and she also may want to get married at the Statue of Liberty in NYC! “She makes him feel free, like there’s nothing he can’t accomplish. He thinks she’s beautiful, a symbol of love and what better place to do it than at the Statue of Liberty,” a source told HollywoodLife.com exclusively.
It looks like their wedding will definitely be an elaborate affair!
What do YOU think HollyMoms? Should North be a part of the wedding?
— Reporting by Eric Ray, Written by Sabina Young