Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian Set to Marry in Mexico

While the notoriously independent star has turned down her partner’s proposals on a number of previous occasions, speculation is rife that Kourtney’s finally come around to the idea, much to her baby daddy’s happiness.

According to Life&Style, the couple are reportedly eyeing up close friend Joe Francis’ luxury five-star property in picturesque Punta Mita, Mexico – where they vacationed as a family in January – for their low-key destination nuptials.

Despite opting to keep things intimate, with just a select group of family and friends invited to their big day, no expense will be spared, with a single night at exclusive residence Casa Aramara costing as much as $30,000. They’ll also reportedly part with a cool $100,000 on round-trip private jet flights for their guests.

Friends say the 34-year-old has come to the realization that she and the couple’s children – Mason, four, and 20-month-old Penelope – are all Scott has following the tragic passing of both of his parents in recent months.
‘Kourtney realized that she’s all he has. It’s made her see things differently,’ a friend of the pretty brunette’s tells the latest issue of Life&Style magazine, adding: ‘This is the perfect time for Scott and Kourtney to get married.’

The same pal tells the publication that things have been ‘going really well between them’ of late, leading Kourtney to the decision to ‘finally agree to walk down the aisle’.
With their wedding said to be just around the corner, Life&Style reports that the soon-to-be Mr and Mrs Scott Disick farewelled the single life with bachelor and bachelorette parties in New York City on February 22.

Despite reportedly enlisting the help of wedding planner to the stars Sharon Sacks – who planned nuptials for Khloé Kardashian and Lamar Odom – an insider insists the couple ‘doesn’t want a big production like Kim’s wedding’.

Speaking of Kim, who herself got engaged to rapper Kanye West on her 33rd birthday on October 21, Kourtney’s surprise wedding plans have reportedly caused a rift between the tight-knit siblings.
‘There are rules about that kind of thing,’ a source close to Kim tells the magazine. ‘If your sister gets engaged before you do, you don’t get married before her!’

The eldest Kardashian sister is also said to have approached family friends Lorraine Schwartz and Vera Wang to design the couple’s custom rings and her one-of-a-kind gown, respectively.