The couple eloped in Las Vegas at the One Love Wedding Chapel on April 4.
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Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker attend the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards
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Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian are officially husband and wife! After attending this year's Grammy Awards together in Las Vegas, the pair eloped early the next morning, 1:45 a.m. to be exact, at the One Love Wedding Chapel, People reports. "I didn't know who it was until they pulled up. I advertise as 24-hours but they wanted to make sure I was still there," Marty Frierson, the owner of the chapel, told the outlet. "They paid and they requested Elvis Presley, that was mandatory. I called back five minutes later and was like, I got an Elvis, and there they were."

The newlyweds kept their 30-minute ceremony as private as possible, as they didn't allow the venue to take pictures or record videos of them tying the knot. Instead, Barker and Kardashian brought in their own security team and photographer to capture the moment as the Elvis impersonator officiated their I dos. "They came, got married, tossed the bouquet in the driveway, and danced to Elvis," Frierson added. "They showed a lot love and had a lot of fun." Insiders told TMZ that the pair plans to have "several" celebrations down the road with "lots of fanfare."

News of their marriage comes nearly six months after the couple announced their engagement on Instagram. Barker popped the question in a rose- and candle-filled beachside proposal in Montecito, California, last fall. "It was a complete surprise for Kourtney," a family friend previously shared with People. "Travis told her family that he planned to propose, but everyone was great at keeping it secret."

The engagement destination also held sentimental value for the reality star and musician. "The Rosewood is their favorite for short weekend getaways," the loved one added. "They often stay at the hotel. This is why Travis proposed there. It's a very special place to them, but it was also easier to keep everything a secret by proposing there."

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