Are Gwen Stefani And Blake Shelton Planning Two Weddings — In Oklahoma And Los Angeles?
Are Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton planning two weddings? Are they going to have a family wedding on their ranch in Oklahoma as well as one in their mansion in Los Angeles? The two became officially engaged after five years of dating and on October 27, 2020, just before Halloween, the duo went public with their engagement . Both shared a photo where Gwen flashed her engagement ring and the two lovers embraced and locked lips. Blake was very romantic and stated that Gwen not only saved him from the Coronavirus pandemic but from the rest of his life. Now, their fans want all of the details surrounding their upcoming wedding.
Though there are rumors that the two will have a Christmas wedding, the pair hasn't stated anything about when they will have their wedding or not. Now, a new article in the upcoming November 16, 2020, issue of Life & Style Weekly magazine states that they are planning two weddings .
A source stated the following to the publication.
The first will be at their lake house in Oklahoma — Gwen would love a Christmas wedding — and it will be really just family, with everyone getting tested for coronavirus beforehand. The bigger ceremony will happen after the pandemic, at their new place in L.A. But both ceremonies are bound to be beautiful and heartfelt!
The source continued to dish upon their upcoming vows.
Gwen has already started writing hers, which included a look back at their five-year journey, and her memories of the first time they said 'I love you.' Plus, Blake has written a love song about Gwen, which he'll sing at each ceremony!
What do you think about the report? Do you think having two weddings is a good idea or impractical? Do you think Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton will really walk down the aisle and get married?
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