Most people don't have a Golden Toilet Tower or (misspelled) names carved into marble at their weddings. And most newlyweds' wedding photos don't set records.
But most people aren't Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.
More and more details have emerged about the couple's lavish European nuptials, along with some pictures from the event. And one of those photos -- showing Kardashian and West's first kiss as a married couple -- has racked up nearly 2 million likes since it was posted to the bride's Instagram page on Tuesday.
That's enough, per People, to make it the most liked picture in the image-sharing app's three-year history. As of this writing, it's gotten 1.96 million likes and counting.
Another picture, captioned "Mr. & Mrs. Kanye West," isn't too far behind. That one has received almost 1.6 million likes.
For those who are curious, the photo that held the record previously was of Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, captioned, "Love the way you look at me." That snapshot, posted by Bieber five months ago, got 1.8 million likes.
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The world watched as Kim Kardashian and Kanye West finally tied the knot in Florence, Italy on Saturday, May 24, but one A-Lister "accidentally" missed the highly-anticipated nuptials.
Girls star and creator Lena Dunham jokingly tweeted about missing the reality star's wedding to the Yeezus rapper.
"Was late to Kimye wedding so had to walk around Italian streets for hours," she wrote. "Was cat-called within an inch of my life. Now eating a hoagie. Gonna try to meet up with them at the party but feel like 'Ye is pissed I missed ceremony. Walking in late woulda been crazy tho."
She later acknowledged that her comments were a clear joke, writing, "Is pretending you're at Kim & Kanye's wedding the hackiest joke of 2014 or the most hip-hop-happening area of humor? Remains to be seen! Either way, the cake is great ?#kimandkanyewedding?."
Both Dunham and Kardashian were Vogue cover girls in 2014, with the noted feminist's cover under scrutiny for Photoshopping and the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star's cover receiving plenty of criticism from longtime Vogue fans.