Earlier this week, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian touched down in Paris to scout for wedding locations.
And sources say the couple's mission is close to being accomplished.
Kimye spent multiple hours over the weekend at the Chateau Louis XIV, a castle located just outside the famous French city.
As you can see, it's not exactly an unsightly place to exchange vows:
Chateau Louis XIV is a reconstruction of a 17th century palace; it was built from scratch between 2008 and 2011 and is situated West of Paris in Louveciennes.
Gorgeous touches - such as the reproduction of the Chariot of Apollo fountain sculpture, along with the grounds' various gardens - are meant to remind visitors of the Palace of Versailles.
This 54,000-square-foot palace also features 14 different kinds of rare marble, making it sound like it may even meet Kanye's lofty expectations.
The couple will be wed on May 24 and details of the Kimye wedding include a rumored price tag of $75,000 per guest.
We assume our invitation will arrive any day now.