Kourtney and Scott are reportedly planning to tie the knot at their friend Joe Francis' exclusive five-star and $30,000-per night residence in Punta Mita, Mexico, where they first met. Only a small group of the pair's family and friends will reportedly be flown out for the small, intimate wedding via private jets.
Kourtney and Scott will exchange Lorraine Schwartz wedding bands worth $300,000, which Scott is footing the bill for, according to the magazine. Kourtney also allegedly intends to wear a Vera Wang custom-made gown, which can typically run a bride around $12,000.
After previously turning down Scott's marriage proposal, Kourtney has reportedly decided to marry him after he recently experienced a couple of significant losses in his life.
Both of Scott's parents recently passed away, leaving Kourtney to realize "she's all he has," Kourtney's friend told Life & Style.
Scott's mother Bonnie Disick passed away in early November after struggling with a "long illness" followed by his father Jeffrey Disick less than two months afterwards in early January.
"It's made her see things differently," Kourtney's friend revealed.
The couple reportedly hired A-list wedding planner Sharon Sacks to guide the planning process, and they celebrated their separate bachelor and bachelorette parties on February 22, spending the night apart.
"Scott will definitely make a good husband. He's very attentive and loving," the reality TV star's pal explained.
"This is the perfect time for Scott and Kourtney to get married. They really are closer than ever."
Kourtney's plans to elope would seem to make sense since she recently bought former NFL star and Dancing with the Stars participant Keyshawn Johnson's house in Calabasas. She's reportedly moving in with Scott and their two kids.
"There are rules about that kind of thing," a Kim insider told Life & Style. "If your sister gets engaged before you do, you don't get married before her!"
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