By Karley Kemble

In some very exciting celebrity news, Kellan Lutz and Brittany Gonzales are married! According to, the celebrity couple shared the same photo on Instagram that showed off their beautiful wedding bands while they held passport holders with “Mr.” and “Mrs.” embossed on the covers. Lutz and Gonzales announced their engagement in September, so their celebrity wedding was certainly quick and surprising! The celebrity couple have been together since last year. Congrats to the lovebirds!

Well, this celebrity wedding is a surprise! What are some benefits to making your wedding a surprise for family and friends?

Cupid’s Advice:

What’s great about weddings is that they are always customized to the style of the couple. If you want to keep your wedding under wraps for friends and family, that’s completely fine. Check out Cupid’s benefits to keeping your big day a surprise:

1. You can focus on each other: Until you share the news of your engagement or wedding, it stays between you and your spouse. It’s your little secret, which is kind of thrilling! You can focus on each other and don’t have to worry about other people’s opinions until you decide to tell them.

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2. There’s less pressure: Wedding planning inherently comes with in insane amount of pressure! When you keep your wedding a surprise, you avoid a bulk of that unnecessary stress. Gone is the pressure to make your special day formal and for anyone other than you and your partner. Instead, you can easily and calmly plan your day.

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3. It’s a money saver: A formal/traditional wedding ceremony really can add up. For some, it’s silly to spend all that money for something that only lasts a day. If you want to have a surprise wedding, you can skip out on some unnecessary formalities such as save-the-dates and invitations. Also, you can also count on having a more intimate group (it’s unlikely everyone will be able to come last-minute) and can even do a super easy, informal reception at a restaurant or something!

Have you had a surprise wedding? Tell us about it below!