Kourtney Kardashian’s Wedding Dress in Italy with Travis Barker

Welp, it’s triple official: Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker have tied the knot (again).

The couple walked down the aisle for the third (and presumably final—for now, at least) time on Sunday, after previously saying “I do” in a so-spur-of-the-moment-they-literally-could-not-get-a-marriage-license-to-make-it-official “practice wedding” in Las Vegas (officiated by an Elvis impersonator, ofc) and then again in a put-a-legal-document-on-it courthouse wedding in Santa Barbara ahead of their luxe AF nuptials in Portofino, Italy.

According to People, the wedding was “intimate,” with a guest list that included all six of their children from previous relationships (Kourt’s kids, Mason, 12, Penelope, 9, and Reign, 7, and Travis’ son Landon, 18, his daughter Alabama, 16, and his stepdaughter Atiana, 23). The decor at the ceremony oozed romance (there were so many red roses, I’m a little worried there will still be a shortage next time The Bachelorstarts filming) and Kourtney and Travis coordinated in looks by Dolce & Gabbana.

While the couple was exchanging vows, Alabama actually snapped a picture for her IG Story, leaking a first look at Kourtney’s wedding dress in the process. The picture shows the look from behind, but, honestly, that might be the most important view, considering how epic Kourt’s veil is:

kourtney kardashian wedding dress reveal


Kourtney’s bridal look included a short, white dress paired with what has to be one of the longest/most dramatic/most stunning veils in history and, just a couple of hours after the ceremony, she took to her IG grid to show it off (along with pics of her and Travis’ altar kiss, because PDA documentation of their love is basically the Kravis brand at this point).

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Congratulations to Kourtney and Travis (again/always)!

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