By Kayla Garritano

Here comes the bride…and millions of viewers. In the Tuesday, October 18 episode of Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After, the Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell finally stopped the drama with celebrity ex JoJo Fletcher. However, Bachelor host Chris Harrison also gave them the opportunity (and pressure) to televise their celebrity wedding. According to UsMagazine.com, the celebrity couple sat down with Chris when he dropped the offer. Ben’s reaction? Nervous; saying he’s never been married and wasn’t sure if he was ready. Lauren responded with concern asking, “If he’s not ready, what does that mean?” Lauren said all she wanted to hear from Ben was that he wanted to marry her. All she received was Ben getting nervous. The two eventually reconciled and decided on a televised wedding after all!

It looks like there will be another televised Bachelor celebrity wedding! What are some ways to personalize your wedding festivities?

Cupid’s Advice:

It’s your wedding! You want to make it your own and give it a personal touch. You and your partner should be planning a night to remember. Cupid is here to help with ways you can personalize your wedding:

1. Picture perfect: What better way to personalize your wedding than by putting your face everywhere? You and your partner must have plenty of memories leading up to your big day, and there must be pictures to prove it. Lying pictures on tables or around the walls makes the party feel inviting. You’re inviting your guests into your personal journey, which is a heart-warming gesture.

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2. Make a theme: Is there something specific you and your significant other love? Any hobbies or interests? For example, if you both love the beach, you can design your wedding festivities to have beach-related items. Or, say you and your partner have traveled together. Where did you go? Take those memories and adventures and make a theme out of it.

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3. Customize your drinks: You can’t celebrate without creating a signature drink for the night. Make it something either really unique, or something simple. Either way, it’ll get your guest interested in what they’re drinking. Plus, it’s super cute that you created your own little cocktail for your special night.

How have you personalized your wedding festivities? Comment below!