The couple shared their lavish wedding with fans in a two-night special on E! earlier this month. Kardashian, who wore three custom-made Vera Wang gowns, reportedly earned $17.9 million off the televised wedding "event."
The couple's wedding planner, Sharon Sacks, dished on the wedding in October, citing the 25,000 to 30,000 roses used in the wedding and Kardashian's four pairs of custom Louboutin shoes--among other things--for the exorbitant cost of the Big Day. In June, Sacks also called the union "the wedding of the century."
Now, unsurprisingly, the wedding planner has this to say about the Kardashian-Humphries split:
Of course if I said I wasn't sad I wouldn't be telling you the truth. It is always sad and very disheartening when two beautiful people so in love for many reasons realize that although they care for each other they are not destined to be life partners. This takes a lot of courage and I'm very proud that they were able to make this difficult decision. They were a joy to work with. What we created together was absolutely amazing, so unique and so special. My heart goes out to both of them.