Gasp. Kim Kardashian reveals her wedding was not perfect.

We can all breathe easy, because even Kim Kardashian’s wedding wasn’t perfect.

All weddings have a few embarrassing moments – drunk relatives, annoying no-shows…

Kim Kardashian has finally revealed all of the juicy details about what went on behind the scenes at her wedding.

And while it looked like the perfect day, it did have its hiccups, according to the bride.

“Khloe drank a little too much the night before and I had to wake her up. She was laying down and getting her makeup done while she was sleeping, she was so hungover.” Kim said.

A drunken sister wasn’t Kim’s only problem. The bridal bunch were at the Palace Of Versailles in France the night before the wedding but Kimye were married at the Forte di Belvedere in Florence, Italy, a location they were trying to keep a secret.

Kim says when the location of the wedding leaked that “it kind of sucked. We really wanted to surprise everyone and say it was a different country [to France].”

So why were the locations of France and Italy chosen? Kim says “we fell in love in Paris, I got pregnant with our daughter in Florence. We wanted to share our love story.”

Another problem on the day were the table arrangements at the reception. Instead of using place cards, the bride and groom decided to etch their guest’s names into the marble tables because “everyone is engraved in our hearts” according to Kim.

But when some guests cancelled last minute, the famous pair were faced with a dilemma.

“It was the worst. We tried to put white paint and cover the name, [but it didn’t work]” says Kim.

But despite these bumps in Kimye’s magical road, Kim said it was “the most amazing experience just to be able to share it with so many family members and friends. We wanted everyone to be on this love journey with us.”

CLICK THROUGH the gallery for pictures from Kimye’s wedding celebrations…

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