'Dancing With The Stars' Pro Mark Ballas Choreographing Kim Kardashian's First Wedding Dance

Kim Kardashian and Mark Ballas take to the floor during Season 7 of "Dancing with the Stars" Kim Kardashian and Mark Ballas take to the floor during Season 7 of

Kim Kardashian turned to a friend when it came time to choreograph her and fiancé Kris Humphries’ first dance as a married couple – “Dancing with the Stars” professional (and Kim’s former “DWTS” Season 7 partner) Mark Ballas.

“Yes, that is true - Mark has worked with Kim and Kris and is excited to share their big day with them,” a rep for Mark told Access Hollywood on Wednesday, when asked if the pro dancer had choreographed the reality couple’s first dance.

In addition to their dance rehearsal, Kim and Kris have been hard at work preparing for their ceremony, set to take place at a private estate in Montecito, Calif., on Saturday.

In a telephone interview on Wednesday, The Montecito Journal told Access that the Kardashian-Humphries wedding is being referred to as “Project W.”

The event planner has sent out letters to neighbors saying that an event titled “Project W” will be taking place this weekend and asking residents in nearby homes to cover their address numbers to further safeguard the couple’s privacy, according to the paper.

The paper also revealed that Kim and Kris’ security have teamed up with the Santa Barbara Police Department and said flowers are being flown in from South Africa for the big event.

As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, the bride-to-be, who will wear a Vera Wang gown for her walk down the aisle, is remaining calm despite the fact that her big day is less than a week away.

“I’m very calm,” Kim told Access on Sunday at the Do Something Awards in Los Angeles when asked about her upcoming nuptials to the NBA star.

“Maybe last week I was a little bit more freaked out with space and invites, just making sure everything was perfect,” she continued. “But this week I’m totally calm.”

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