Kim and Kanye wedding details emerge

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian attend the "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 5, 2014, in New York. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

Life-size nudes made of marble, a "Gold Toilet Tower" and a $136,000 audio system that was never used.

Yep, it sounds like a Kimye event.

On Thursday, Page Six published a thorough play-by-play written by a "spy" who attended Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's lavish wedding in Florence last weekend at the Forti di Belvedere. And from the sound of it, not everything went according to plan. Actually, some of it appears to have been pretty disastrous.

Let's start with Kayne West giving a 45-minute "toast to himself" at the reception. This, while not surprising, is still just hilarious.

The evening's live performer, John Legend, performed on a marble piano while the couple danced solo to five songs, according to the New York Post, which also said the couple hired Italian stonemasons to engrave wedding attendees' names into the marble countertop tables. But some of the names were spelled wrong. Oops.

And apparently there were more guests than they had chairs for, so some people ended up without seats, just wandering around. And don't even get us started with Andrea Bocelli. According to Page Six, the opera singer sang during the ceremony (while Kardashian walked down the aisle) but when it came time for the reception there was no seat for him. Time to go home, he was told.

According to the spy, the giant gold box -- standing 49 feet tall -- "contained the bathrooms. It was situated right next to the dinner tables at the reception with a bar in front of it."

And about those life-sized nudes...10 of them reportedly fell apart, 10 were broken even before they got there -- and another 10 or so were missing their heads.

Kardashian and West have been vacationing this week in Ireland. Let's hope their trip is marble-free.

Plenty more details (all worth reading for a good laugh) can be found here on Page Six.

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