By Katie Sotack
Wedding bells are ringing as the Vanderpump Rules celebrity couple Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright prepare for their upcoming nuptials. The two agree that they’re most excited for seeing each other’s face. According to EOnline.com Jax cannot wait to see Brittany in her beautiful wedding dress, which has been customized to her personal style. But, wedding planning hasn’t gone entirely smoothly. Their officiant, Lisa Vanderpump, needed to pull out of the ceremony last minute after her mother passed away. The couple found a replacement in Lance Bass to get their special day back on track. If you’re a fan wondering if you’ll get to see the magical nuptials, the couple hasn’t said anything yet, but they have confirmed they’re willing to share aspects of their wedding with fans.
This celebrity wedding is happening this weekend! What are some ways to personalize your nuptials?
Your wedding is ultimately about you and your partner joining together. So it makes sense to personalize the ceremony and reception to reflect who you are as a couple. Here are some ways to add character to your wedding day:
1. Honor those who’ve passed: You may have a close relative who has passed away. That doesn’t mean they can’t be a part of your special day. Take a tip from Jax, whose father passed, and save a special seat with a photo or poem for your loved one. Consider dedicating that spot to their ashes or a rose.
2. Include pets: If your furry friend is a big part of your life with your significant other, consider adding them to the ceremony. They can be a stand in ring bearer or walk down the aisle with a bridesmaid. Just make sure to check that your venue allows pets and has a place to keep them during your reception.
3. Combined bachelor/bachelorette parties: Like Jax and Brittany, spend your “last nights of freedom” together. Gather your bridesmaids and groomsmen together for an all out party, whether it’s at your local bars or on a vacation getaway. This way you can spend that time with your S.O. and your closed friends to celebrate your marriage.
How will you personalize your wedding? Share in the comments below!