Back in March, Kourtney and her Blink 182 drummer beau headed to Las Vegas where they unofficially tied the knot in an early morning ceremony.
The room was decorated with a silk rose altar, a table topped with a love sign and candles, and white drapery.
They said “I do” in front of four people who took photos, according to Chapel owner Marty Frierson.
“They all had iPhones, taking pictures and videos from every angle,” he told People.
“I don’t know if they were the friends or their social media team. They filmed everything from the time they walked in, to the time they walked out.
“The vows, the kiss, the rose bouquet toss, the dancing. I usually take pictures for the chapel but they wanted to handle it all themselves.”
Although the couple did not have a marriage license at the time, Kourtney has revealed it was because they couldn’t get their hands on one at 2am.
During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, she said they would have made it legal if possible.