It’s probably never a good idea to invite Kim Kardashian to your wedding

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The Dailymail is calling this the “wedding where almost everyone else upstaged the bride”. Ouch! And harsh as that assessment is, we kind of have to agree.

 

What was supposed to be one of the best days of Isabela Rangel’s life (although best day is rather relative when you consider the kind of high profile lifestyles models lead) may surely go down in history as one event whose photo album she’d be in no hurry to display.

 

The 24-year old model, who married nightclub owner, David Grutman, in Miami over the weekend, invited a host of celebrities to her wedding.

 

 

From Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, to Kanye West and Gabrielle Union, many stars arrived in droves at Miami's Wynwood Walls Art Mural Park, where according to the Dailymail, David and Isabela exchanged their wedding vows.

 

While the bride certainly looked stunning in her gown with its beautiful long train and plunging neckline, it was Kim Kardashian who stole the show with her body-hugging, cleavage-popping dress.  

 

 

Kim, who has never been shy to show her gorgeous assets, arrived with Kanye on her arm.  

 

To quote my colleague, “she might has well have worn white to the wedding.”

 

But you tell us. Who slayed it at the wedding?

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