Courtney Kardashian և: Tris Barker they do it big, as expected when they say their “I Dos” … they rent the Italian castle for a super intimate ceremony.
We spoke to sources close to the couple who told us that the newlyweds are celebrating this weekend in Italy, or rather in Portofino, to exchange their vows with “chosen friends” of the family.
In general, we are told that it will be Courtney’s children, sisters, her mother և Corey Gamble like some close friends. Scott Disick NOT invited. From Tris, she will have her children և several close friends, including group friends.
As for where the ceremony will take place, Castello Brown, the incredible castle on top of the hill, is filled with decorators and security. We are told that the whole castle is for rent … where guests can admire the stunning views of the harbor.
The whole holiday weekend will last 4 days. And get this, we’re told they’ll be back in Los Angeles in the near future with one more reception for more of their friends.
Castello Brown has an incredible history that dates back to Roman times, when it was built to be used as a military defense, used in the military battles of the 13th to 19th centuries.
The Castello also had his brush with Hollywood, serving as the filming location for the ’90s Enchanted April movie.
It is now a museum, as well as a place for events and weddings.
TMZ broke the story … Tris and Courtney was photographed in wedding dresses near the courthouse in Santa Barbara over the weekend. The source told us that they were legally married here in the USA, but the castle journey is a luxurious roll of cake.
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