Many brides spend the months leading up to their wedding putting the finishing touches to their Pinterest boards, falling out with their mother-in-law-to-be over the placement of the ring-bearing owls and maybe stressing about how to fit their arse inside their gown.
They do not, generally, unless they are i) v. paranoid or ii) perhaps Katie Price, spent the months leading up to their wedding threatening their guests with lawsuits if they dare bring their smartphones inside the venue.
But Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are doing just that, according to Radar Online, which has reported that the shy and retiring pair will be making their closest friends and family sign confidentiality agreements before stepping inside for a room-temperature glass of cava.
Additionally, all guests will be forced to part with their phones - which means no quick game of Candy Crush Saga for Bruce Jenner while he waits for Kris to finish giving her speech.
"Mobile devices will be held at a secure location and if someone needs to use during the festivities, accommodations will be made, but a long way away from the festivities. This is all designed to discourage guests from using their phones," a source told the news site.
The only people to be exempt from the fiercesome security measures are Beyonce and Jay Z, because seriously, who's going to demand Bey hand over her iPhone?
"There is no way Kanye would ever even dare to ask Jay Z or Beyonce to sign a non-disclosure agreement, or take away their cell phones, as he knows neither one of them would betray him," the informant added.
It all comes after Kanye's huge proposal to Kim was uploaded immediately to YouTube, thus spoiling the exclusive that was presumably promised to the producers of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.