Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are already four months into marital bliss after getting legally married in a quiet courthouse ceremony last September, but come February, the pair will celebrate their love before a larger gathering of family and friends.
According to Page Six, the newlyweds are currently deep in the throes of planning their big Christian wedding, set to take place at the end of February. (Both Bieber, 24, and Baldwin, 22, are very vocal about their faith.)
The insider tells the publication that the pair have already sent out save-the-dates for their nuptials, though no location is listed on the invites. What is already determined, however, is the entertainment for the night, which will include dancers (who are already rehearsing for the occasion) and Bieber’s personal DJ, Tay James, who’s reportedly spinning tunes at the reception.
A source previously told People magazine that the couple originally didn’t want to have a large ceremony since they already felt very much like a married couple with the civil ceremony.
“After being married for a few weeks, they both realized that they actually felt like husband and wife without having a religious ceremony,” the source said. What changed their minds is a mystery, though our guess is that their families and friends wanted a way to celebrate their new chapter with them.
Key words that the pair had in mind when planning their formal ceremony included “woodsy,” “Canada,” and “soon.”
“They’ve been figuring out the perfect time to do it, and they both feel like the sooner, the better,” a source told People. “They’re still figuring it out.”
The couple first went public about their romance in January 2016 (they were longtime friends since Baldwin’s father, Stephen Baldwin, introduced the pair), and got engaged last July during a vacation in the Bahamas.