When Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin married in a secret courthouse ceremony in New York City in September, the couple wanted the public to know that they had yet to confirm their marriage religiously with Baldwin even issuing a rebuttal on Twitter.
The two were intent on hosting a formal ceremony in January—some of the key phrases involved in the potential planning elements were “woodsy,” “Canada” and “soon”—but a new report reveals that the pair has decided to push the timeline back slightly.
“They’ve been figuring out the perfect time to do it, and they both feel like the sooner, the better,” the insider told People. “They’re still figuring it out.”
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Much of what they’re currently working through is entirely relatable to most couples currently looking to lock down a date and venue.
“They’re working with the schedules of all their friends and family to make sure they can be surrounded by the people they love,” the same insider added. “There’s no real rush. They’re already legally married, but they’re very excited about throwing a celebration with their loved ones.”
The pair shocked everyone in mid-September when it was reported that they had married during a visit to the Manhattan borough marriage courthouse. The same morning, Baldwin had opened up about her wedding vision.
“I just picture lights strung everywhere,” she told The Cut of her future ceremony. “I think having it in the woods would be so beautiful.”
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