Brody Jenner and his fiancée are treating guests to luxury affair when they wed at the 'world's best resort' this weekend - but have asked for cash to fund their honeymoon.
The Hills star and his wife-to-be Kaitlynn Carter are set to tie the knot in an intimate celebration Saturday at an upscale jungle resort on an Indonesian island.
To offset the hefty price-tag of the big day, they're reportedly requesting money for their 'Honeyfund' - a crowd-funding site - instead of gifts from their 70 guests.
A source close to the family said the plea was made on the couple's online registry page where other details of the nuptials were shared.
'Instead of asking for gifts, Brody, 34, and Kaitlynn, 29, are asking for money. They are having a "Honeyfund," the source said.iPhone transfer software
The two will wed at the spectacular Nihi Sumba - a luxury island resort about 250 miles east of Bali.
Brody Jenner and his fiancée are treating guests to luxury when they wed at the 'world's best resort' this weekend - but have asked for cash to fund their honeymoon.
A URL to the page titled 'Jennerisland' shows a password is needed to access the registry
The hotel, previously called Nihiwatu, has been voted 'Best in the World' by Travel + Leisure two years in a row and has nightly rates starting at $795 for a one-bedroom and goes right up to an eye-watering $16,595 for a night at its five bedroom estate.
The source added: they said, "We appreciate you coming from far and wide and your attendance is as great a guest as anything."
'But they are asking for money, not gifts. They have set up a donation link. It struck me as odd for people so well to do to be asking for that.'
The couple's honeymoon suite is said to cost up to at least $6,000 a night, according to Page Six.
Brody, 34, and Kaitylnn's ceremony on Saturday is set to kick off at 4.30pm local time on Nihi Oka Beach.
Guests have been advised to dress in 'beach formal' and don wedges or otherwise sensible shoes.
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