With a $130,000 silver fish as the centerpiece.
Fans think they may have spotted Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott’s $3 million wedding list.
Well, it wasn’t exactly a great time for Kylie and Travis publicly. Just this week, the couple faced backlash after Kylie posted an Instagram picture flaunting her private jets – with Kylie herself then being exposed for taking three-minute flights. Then there is the ongoing fact that Travis is being sued by Astroworld victims for over a billion dollars.
Though there have been no public confirmations that the two plan to marry, they welcomed their second child in February and have been on and off since 2017.
That being said, what got me down this internet rabbit hole was a bunch of media from a night out with Kylie, her friends, and sisters. Apparently she’s the only one wearing white.
Maybe a bride with her bridesmaids? Or just a woman who likes to defy the color scheme?
This led me to Reddit user u/toiletscum’s post about a wedding list that theoretically belonged to Travis and Kylie for a December 10th wedding. The main reason it could be the couple’s wedding is because of the name of the registry: “Mother Goose and Cactus Jack’s Wedding Registry.”
Why would that mean Travis and Kylie? First, Cactus Jack is the name of Travis’ record label and brand. Then there’s the fact that Kylie sometimes refers to herself as “Mommy Goose” in some social media posts — and it’s Stormi’s nickname for her, apparently.
So what’s on this VERY MUCH UNVERIFIED wedding list? Oh, just the bare minimum—like a $1.1k bucket.
Two $9,000 American Flag Armchairs!
Crystal, I’m too poor to understand!
After spending some time feeling genuinely scared browsing through this list, I think I’ve found the cheapest items – a soap dish and tumbler for $45.
As for the most expensive? A chandelier that costs a cool half million.
There are also a few items that could reference the couple. For example, Kylie and Travis have matching butterfly tattoos. Lo and behold, there are five butterfly items on the list — like this two-inch butterfly sculpture that costs $300.
There are also four cacti (Jack?) items – like one for the wedding guest with an additional $36,750 to spend.
This one is a bit lengthier, but there are a few men’s clothing items with skulls on them. Skulls have appeared on clothing in Travis’ music videos and merchandise, so I don’t think it’s too far-fetched that the man would want a $6,000 skull cane, too.
Of course, there are three possible explanations here: A) this is Kylie and Travis’ real wedding list, B) this is another couple’s registry, or C) it’s fake and meant to trick people into believing it’s theirs Kylie and Travis. Trust your heart who you believe in.
I think I need to lie down.