Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's Wedding: The Weekend's Itinerary

PHOTO: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West arrive at a luxury shop in Paris, Wednesday, May 21, 2014.
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It's here! The big wedding weekend to end all wedding weekends.

Kim Kardashian will be married to Kanye West by Saturday night. The couple, which are already parents to baby North West, became engaged last October and since then, everyone has been trying to piece together what the rapper would do for his muse.

Here's a breakdown of what the guests will be doing during these over-the-top, fun-filled two days.

Tonight

According to the invitation that was released a few weeks back, 6 p.m. is the start time for dinner.

Time magazine also confirmed with the Louis XIV estate that guests, many staying at the Four Seasons Hotel George V, will be treated to a guided tour of the Château of Versailles near Paris on Friday.

Read: Inside Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's Italian Wedding

"Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have decided to let their guests discover the Château of Versailles during a private surprise tour ... the eve of their wedding,” a statement to Time read.

PHOTO: A view of Chateau de Versailles on June 9, 2013 in Versailles, France.
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PHOTO: A view of Chateau de Versailles on June 9, 2013 in Versailles, France.

Talk about an amazing way to have a rehearsal dinner.

Saturday Morning

Guests had to provide all their passport details beforehand, a source close to the situation confirms to ABC News, and on Saturday, they will be up early and heading out around 10 a.m.

Exact details are still not given to the guests, but if they fly out around noon, they should be in Florence, Italy by 2 p.m.

See: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's Wedding: Inside the Kardashian Family Photo Album

Saturday Night

PHOTO: Forte di Belvedere is pictured in Florence, Italy in 2002.
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PHOTO: Forte di Belvedere is pictured in Florence, Italy in 2002.

It was confirmed to the Associated Press that the couple rented out and will be getting married at Florence's imposing 16th century Belvedere Fort.

The couple rented the fort -- located next to the Boboli Gardens -- for $410,000.

A Protestant minister will preside, spokeswoman Elisa Di Lupo told the AP.

The wedding is expected to start around 6 p.m., a source adds.

As for where the guests will be staying, it isn't clear, but a search of five-star hotels in Florence, cross-checked with those that are all booked up results in the Westin Excelsior, Florence, which has absolutely no rooms for Saturday, but still has open rooms for Friday and Sunday nights.

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