Kourtney Kardashian, Travis Scott Marry Legally This Time and Forgone Kardashian Tradition of Big Wedding for Now

Kourtney Kardashian, Travis Scott Marry Legally This Time and Forgone Kardashian Tradition of Big Wedding for Now

For the time being, Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Scott have forgone the Kardashian tradition of a big, lavish wedding.

The couple attempted to marry legally in Vegas but was unable to do so. However, it appears that the couple has managed to carry it out.

Over the weekend, the couple, who got engaged in October 2021, was spotted arriving at the downtown courthouse in Santa Barbara, California.

They exchanged vows in front of a small group of loved ones and security, including Mary Jo ‘MJ’ Campbell, her maternal grandmother, and Randy Barker, Barker’s father.

As per Evoke, neither Kourtney’s famous sisters nor her children were seen at the wedding or the later celebration. Nor were Travis’ children, who are extremely close to their dad.

In photos obtained by MailOnline, Kourtney and Travis were seen driving away in a vintage black convertible with a sign that read “just married” hanging off the bumper.

Kourtney has never been one to simply go with the flow. She wore a white mini dress with a red heart embroidered into the bodice instead of the big wedding gown.

As she married the love of her life, she wore a simple veil and fingerless opera gloves.

For his third time down the aisle, the musician chose a classic black tuxedo.

If you wanted Kourtney to have a Kardashian-approved lavish wedding, don’t worry because the couple will have a third wedding ceremony in Italy. However, they needed to legally wed before they married abroad.

We’re sure both of their families will be on hand to give us insights into that day!

Following their legal ceremony, the couple enjoyed a meal with Kourtney’s grandmother, MJ, in a Montecito restaurant.

The couple enjoys PDA, as evidenced by their fairytale wedding, so it’s no surprise that they’ll marry three times!

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