Though Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner have largely kept their wedding plans under wraps (all we really know is that they’re getting married in France this summer), the future groom couldn’t resist from sharing one tidbit on the Zach Sang Show last week.
Joe, 29, confirmed that most of his wedding plans are already locked into place, and that he had just one personal requirement for the couple’s big day.
“I mean, we are getting married in France, so a lot of Coors Light is necessary,” Joe joked on the show. “Not hard, really, to get that, but we needed to make sure that was going to happen.”
Nick, 26, chimed in that the request wasn’t all that unusual, given some context. “We learned a lesson from my wedding,” he said, referring to his extravagant nuptials to his love, Priyanka Chopra. “Our friends drink a lot of beer, specifically, and we ran out of beer at the wedding, at my wedding, which was a big issue.”
Once that happened, he explained, their guests started going for the hard liquor, which, based on Kevin’s commentary, made for an interesting turn of events.
“It started to get very dark very fast with hard alcohol instead,” the eldest Jonas brother, 31, chime in. “It’s just like, ‘Oh, we’re doing this now? Okay.’”
One other must-have at the wedding? A wedding day rugby match.
“We’re going to have a flag rugby game at the wedding and a flag football game,” Joe previously said in a joint interview on The Late Late Show. “So if all the groomsmen show up with black eyes and broken arms, I’ll be very proud.”
During their late night appearance, Joe also ribbed his brothers about what he’s learned from their respective weddings (Kevin married his wife, Danielle, in 2009, and Nick got hitched to Chopra in early December of last year).
“They were both absolutely beautiful,” Joe said at the time of his brothers’ weddings. “All 18 of Nick’s [were] amazing. For Kevin, Kevin had a snowstorm during his wedding, which was fantastic. So maybe don’t get married in December. And for Nick there, were quite a few, but I would say stick to one. One and done.”