[12:39] Kanye West and his wife, reality television star Kim Kardashian, arrive for the TIME 100 Gala in New York
Kanye West and wife Kim Kardashian celebrated their first wedding anniversary Sunday. Reuters/Brendan McDermid

Entertainment power couple Kim Kardashian and Kanye West celebrated their first wedding anniversary on Sunday. While the couple had an intimate private celebration, Kim's mother, Kris Jenner, took the opportunity to share a touching video of the couple’s first dance on Instagram.

The weeklong wedding celebration was documented on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” Season 9. The special coverage was aired as the season finale last year. The festivities in Paris as well as the preparations for the big day in Florence, Italy, were shown on the E! reality show, but the actual ceremony and reception were private.

Now, Kris Jenner has shared a video of the couple’s first dance. Kim and Kanye swayed to the tune of John Legend’s “All of Me,” with the artist performing the song live on site.

“Happy First Anniversary @kimkardashian #KanyeWest and thank you for taking us all on your Magical Mystery Ride .... One of the best weeks of my life...and thank you @johnlegend for this amazing memory...#family #love #allofme #florenceitaly,” said Kris. She posted the video along with a series of photos featuring some other memories from the wedding.

Highlights from the wedding included Kim’s bachelorette dinner in Paris with her close friends. The entire wedding party flew out to Paris a week before the ceremony. They had brunch at designer Valentino’s chateau, and the lavish rehearsal dinner was held at the Palace of Versailles. Everyone was shuttled off to Florence for the ceremony, which was held at Fort Belvedere. Kim shared photos on her own Instagram page to look back at the memories and highlights of her wedding week.

Us Weekly also looked back on the couple's wedding day and published a recap of quotes from Kanye’s extended speech during the reception. The 20-minute speech had Kanye praising his new wife, her family, as well as the other wedding guests. The outspoken rapper referred to some guests as a “combination of powers” that “can make the world a better place.”