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What would power couple Kim Kardashian and Kanye West look like had they tied the knot two decades ago? Or, perhaps in the 1900's? Seeing that we can't wait for the Kimye wedding photos to be leaked, we naturally took it upon ourselves to reimagine their frame-worthy pics before we even get a peek at the real thing.

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Kim Kardashian and Kayne West, May 24, 1900

For a woman who knows how to package all of her best assets, we're fairly certain that Kim wouldn't stand for a neck-to-toe gown covering her up on her big day, or a rather large rose bush stealing the spotlight away from her dress. And, we're pretty sure Kayne has worn this outfit before (hey, a good tux never goes out of style, right?).

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Kim Kardashian (and Kayne West?), May 24, 1960
Foreshadowing? Clever use of scissors? Kim seen here sans her hubby makes this photo a classic no matter what number wedding she's on. And, it appears as though she's giving the Feminist Movement a good 'ol slap in the face with the rubber lookalike cleaning gloves she donned just in case anything needed a good scrubbing.

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, May 24, 1970
We know our gal loves a good monochromatic look, so naturally Kim wanted to be a vision in head-to-toe pink. She opted for a small floral bouquet to show off her lacy dress, but ensured no flowers went to waste and used the rest atop her veil. We're not so sure Kayne approves of this fashion move, or maybe he's just really uncomfortable in all that polyester.

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, May 24, 1980

We are hoping a Journey song is playing somewhere in the background during this photo op. The bride decided on feathered blonde locks with adornments of baby's breath for her big day. Her semi-sheer lace dress (with padded shoulders, obviously) is the perfect accompaniment to the groom's khaki-color tweed power suit.

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Photo Credits: Getty Images enhanced with Photoshop by Erin Toland

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