The pandemic may stop flights and shut down countries, but it sure can’t put a barrier on love. 2020 was a year of many celebrity engagements and postponed weddings, many of which are happening in 2021. Check them out!
1. Katy Perry & Orlando Bloom
The pandemic sure canceled many wedding plans, and singer Katy Perry and her boo, actor Orlando Bloom, were definitely in that group. Katy isn’t sad, though! In a recent interview with Howard Stern, she said the wedding would “come in the future,” but the focus now is on delivering and raising a healthy child. In August 2020, Katy gave birth to the couple’s first child, a daughter named Daisy. Originally, their celebrity wedding was planned to take place in Japan, so who knows what they’ll decide next!
2. Liam Payne & Maya Henry
Love is definitely in the air for former One Direction singer Liam Payne and his model girlfriend Maya Henry. She said yes back in August, and there haven’t been any details about their wedding yet, but we can’t help but hope for a 1D reunion…
3. Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton – The Much-Awaited Celebrity Union
If you’re a fan of the pair, you’re certainly not alone. Given Blake’s Texan dream wedding to fellow musician Miranda Lambert, as well as Gwen’s hot pink dip-dyed Dior gown that made waves when she married rocker Gavin Rossdale, it’s still unclear what type of theme the musicians will choose for their joint union. One thing is for sure, after five years of marriage rumors, we’re all happy it’s finally happening!
4. James Lafferty & Alexandra Park
Girls, if you still had hopes to woo James to be your beloved husband, it’s time to put those to rest. The One Tree Hill star is officially engaged to Alexandra Park from the hit series Royals. The beloved celebrity shared the news on his Instagram profile and captioned the experience with three simple words: “She said yeah.” And we say, how could she not?
5. Lily Collins & Charlie McDowell
When actress Lily Collins said yes to writer-and-director Charlie McDowell’s proposal, everyone began to wonder whether she could borrow an outfit for the big day from the enviable wardrobe of Emily in Paris. News of the pair’s engagement came just about a year after they first announced their relationship. The question, however, remains – will they wed in Paris and fulfill Emily’s dream? We’ll have to wait and see…
6. Jasmine Tookes & Juan David Borrero
Not many marriage proposals can rival the one of Snapchat executive Juan Borrero to Victoria’s Secret Angel Jasmine Tookes. He popped the question after a picturesque helicopter ride, luxurious Popeye’s catering, and a ring drop off from a drone! If this is how he proposes, imagine the type of celebrity wedding these two will plan!
7. Megan Rapinoe & Sue Bird
The Olympic gold medal soccer sensation dropped on one knee in what she called a spontaneous yet planned proposal to the love of her life, four-time WNBA champ Sue Bird. Given that Megan is known as a wild child, and Sue is a much more private person, it would be a challenge to plan a ceremony that suits them both.
Fall weddings come with all kinds of benefits. The setting is naturally full of color, and the animals are usually plentiful. If you plan on hosting a wedding toward the end of the year, it could be time to check out these fall wedding favors guests will fall for.
Pumpkins are naturally autumnal. Mini pumpkin candles are the perfect fall wedding favors that help stick to the theme and give your guests something fun to enjoy.
Growing your own food can be great at the best of times. If your guests don’t want any extra produce, there are also plenty of seasonal fall flower seeds, too.
Delicious food and fall wedding favors? Sign us up! Pretzels are usually a winner. Dip them in chocolate and decorate them with some orange sprinkles to help them feel more fall-like.
One of the best things about caramel apples is you can come up with so many different flavors. Plus, they can be made in advance, taking away some of the pressure on the big day.
Candy corn is an excellent choice for fall wedding favors if you’re throwing a Halloween-theme wedding. Thankfully, they are easy to divide into small bags as well.
Hot cocoa is a great fall wedding favor option if you have children at your wedding as it’s fun for all the family. Why not have some custom packets made to make them even more special?
Your guests will be able to enjoy your wedding time and time again with these fall wedding favors. Simply customize some mugs and lay them on the table for your guests to find.
Choosing some fall wedding favors your guests will fall for means you can make sure everything sticks to the theme while also giving your guests something to remember the day time and time again.