and ‘s lush ceremony in Italy.
The newly-hitched couple got married for a time over in Italy in the kind of show-stopping event that would approve of. Everything was adorned with candles and dripping in gold Italian décor and red velour as Travis and Kourtney said their vows in front of a bumper crowd of friends and family.
It was all so bloody decadent, all except for one detail: the food.
Thanks to the various siblings and kids of the Kardashian-Jenner-Barkers, those of us sitting at home in our trackies and not on the back of a yacht in Italy got a look in, too.
Over on TikTok Kylie posted up a bunch of vids from inside the reception, basically giving everyone a behind-the-scenes squiz of what’s most going to be a three-parter episode of in due time.
One particular vid has subsequently gone viral after fans spotted the sad-looking portions of food.
In the vid shared to IG, a chef uses a ladle and tongs to serve a teeny tiny amount of pasta on a plate.
Folks have taken to Twitter to slam the abject travesty of serving pasta in ITALY, of all places, with such small portions.
There’s in a hell of a bejewelled bodysuit.
There’s Kylie, and having a boogie (??) at their table to the Bee Gees.
And then there’s Kris just absolutely demolishing the dance floor with ‘s mate , which honestly I have to respect. Go off, mum.
Speaking of the Barker kids, both Landon and lit up Instagram with their own footage from the big night. Landon — in a silver glittery suit — was spotted belting out “Die In California” with .
And Alabama went right ahead and posted up a video of her dad Travis taking Kourtney’s black garter belt off with his teeth — easily the most important (and fitting) wedding tradition for our chaotically horny parents.
Honestly looking at all of this behind-the-scenes/insider footage makes me want to watch the eventual episode it’ll be so I can just really lean into the fact that someone’s out there living my 00s emo kid wedding fantasies.
Love this for them (and us).
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