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Kim Kardashian's Paris-themed bridal shower

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Soon-to-be Mrs. West! Two weeks before her nuptials to Kanye West, Kim Kardashian was the guest of honor at a bridal shower on Saturday, May 10. Close friends and family arrived to celebrate at The Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills; in a nod to the wedding locale, the bash was Parisian-themed. (Kardashian's bridal shower was originally scheduled for the Beverly Hills Hotel. However, a source tells Us Weekly the party was moved following owner Sultan of Brunei Hassanal Bolkiah's anti-gay laws.)PHOTOS: Kimye's sweetest momentsKardashian, 33, and mom Kris Jenner arrived in a black Rolls Royce, and were followed soon after by Kim's little sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner. The bride-to-be wore a white dress for her special day, and kept her dark locks down.PHOTOS: Kim and Kanye's love timelineShe was greeted by boldfaced buddies like Brittny Gastineau, Leah Jenner, Joyce Bonelli, Rachel Roy, and Shelli Azoff. The Paris-themed party, held in the Verandah room, included white linen tables and white roses centerpieces. A small white chocolate Eiffel Tower statue was placed at each person's plate, and those in attendance got to pose in a fun photo booth. (Kardashian herself posted photos from the afternoon with sister Khloe and pregnant Ciara, who's expected to give birth any day now.)PHOTOS: Celebrity brides who didn't wear white The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and West, 36, are set to tie the knot on May 24 in Paris, France. On May 9, Us Weekly gave an exclusive first look at the couple's wedding invitation. "The honour of your presence is requested at the marriage of Kim Kardashian to Kanye West," the memento stated. The neutral invite with gold lettering also asked guests to wear cocktail attire and to arrive at 6 p.m. for the ceremony.PHOTOS: Over-the-top celebrity weddingsRELATED: Famous brides-to-be
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