Marriage Advice For Kim Kardashian: Everyone Is Dishing It Out

After nine months together, Kim Kardashian and basketball star Kris Humphries are tying the knot this weekend. Kim’s mom, Kris Jenner, has some advice for her wedding day. “Enjoy every moment and take mental snapshots and just try to remember everything because it goes by so fast,” she said. “You know it’s going to be over in the blink of an eye, and I just want her to remember every single second … The good news is we have a camera crew there to capture the whole thing in case she forgets anything.” Thank goodness? [CeleBuzz]

But Kris isn’t the only one unloading wedding—and furthermore marriage advice—on Kim. After the jump, many, many others weigh in, whether they know Kim or not. La La Vazquez, one of Kim’s besties who happens to be married to NBA star Carmelo Anthony, offers:

“It’s all about space and communication. Two people need to have their own thing going on, so they don’t smother each other. Any couple should do their own thing and then come together.” [Latina]

Bonnie Fuller, who has been married for 28 years, totally disagrees on that point. And also adds that Kim needs to be open with her finances:

“You both have extremely busy lives and careers which necessitate that you both travel a lot. But you need to make extra efforts to take time to be together. When it comes to a long-term relationship — separations and distance do NOT make the heart grow fonder. Instead, they can make you become emotionally distant from each other … While you are married — hopefully forever — have a very generous shared bank account. When you’re married, what’s yours and his should be both of yours. Kim — I can tell you that for almost all of my marriage, I’ve been the major family breadwinner and have NEVER questioned what my husband spends money on. Apparently one of the biggest areas couples fight about is money and we’ve never fought once — so take my advice.” [Huffington Post]

Coco, aka Ice-T’s wife, says:

“You gotta live together and you have to sleep together [before the wedding]. If you don’t sleep together, what if you’re not compatible in bed or you don’t like what they do?” [Wet Paint]

Wait, Coco? Do you really think these two haven’t had sex yet? Kim and her entire family are famous because of her sex tape, after all.

Melissa Rycroft of “The Bachelor” and “Dancing with the Stars” offers big day advice:

“This is a day that is supposed to happen just once in your lifetime, so live it up. Laugh as much as possible, and just enjoy every moment. My favourite memories from our wedding are the little times that Tye and I would sneak away from everything, step back and look at the party going on and just take a moment for ourselves. You want those moments that you’ll remember at the end.” [National Ledger]

Sister Khloe Kardashian seconds that emotion:

“The best advice I got is it’s not about having everything perfect, you are so on a high that you don’t notice. Someone told me that at some point during your wedding, take your husband and stand in a corner and be quiet and just look and enjoy the event. And I really appreciate that because it goes so fast. You don’t forget, but it goes so fast and then it’s over, so it’s fun to take five minutes alone and enjoy the moment. A lot of people asked me when I was getting married why I wasn’t nervous. I don’t know why people say it’s so nerve racking because it’s so exciting!” [Hollywood Life]

And Kendra Wilkinson thirds it:

“If there is good music then people are dancing and having fun, and nothing else matters.” [National Ledger]

Trista Sutter, the very first “Bachelorette,” warns Kim not to focus too much on the cameras:

“You have to try to experience your wedding to the fullest without focusing on the fact that millions of other people are essentially invited. It’s really important to focus on the actual physical experience in person instead of concentrating too much on the cameras.” [OK Magazine]

Hugh Hefner’s advice is to rethink having the wedding aired on television. I mean, it didn’t work out so well for him:

“I think, quite frankly, that is not exactly the best way to get married. You`ve been watching ‘The Bachelor’ and ‘The Bachelorette.’ And the notion of falling in love on television, you know, is not the best way to do it. But you know, when you`re doing a reality show and if you`re going to be getting married, it`s logical to include the marriage. And indeed, if I had gotten married, I mean, that would have been a TV special. It turned out to be a different kind of TV special called ‘The Runaway Bride.’ And that was fun.” [CNN]

And Redbook magazine has some more general, less bitter advice:

“Always remember there are three sides to every story or problem; yours, his and the unbiased one. Always go to bed with a kiss and a smile-never mad!” [Redbook]

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