It's almost I-do time!
But first, hundreds of people—everyone except Donald Trump, really—have to be shuttled from the Montecito Country Club and surrounding hotels to the private estate where Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries will be tying the knot this evening.
CaseGlobal security trucks were parked in the country club parking lot and outside the estate as of this morning, while guards equipped with ear pieces and microphones were posted around the perimiter. At least three iPhone and flipcam metal detectors were set up in the club lot under a white tent.
A white Rolls Royce and a white Jaguar—very fine transportation for members of a wedding party, if you ask us—also gathered in the club parking lot with several large black charter buses before they took off for their respective pick-up destinations earlier in the afternoon.
One bus loaded with guests took off from the Bacara Resort & Spa in Montecito-adjacent Santa Barbara at about 5:15 p.m., though Lindsay Lohan had already opted for her own car and driver.
The bride-to-be, of course, was way ahead of all these folks. Kim, wearing a white track suit with "Mrs. Humphries" stitched over her chest, and Kourtney Kardashian were spotted getting picked up from the Four Seasons Biltmore in a white Rolls Royce around noon.
Of course, those ladies had quite a bit more to do.
Black cloth was draped over the address plaques outside the estate, just in case passersby hadn't yet figured out why golf carts shuttling supplies and a Classic Party Rentals truck were entering the gates throughout the day and last night.
The weather is clear but helicopters are out of luck: Several ginormous white balloons are tethered by cables around the grounds to keep the privacy in and the shutterbugs out.
—Reporting by Katie Rhames and Marcus Mulick