Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Couple News: Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton Attend Wedding TogetherCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Couple News: Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton Attend Wedding Together

By Rhodesia Williams

In celebrity news, celebrity couple Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton attended a wedding together this past weekend. According to, although Shelton, 41, was already a part of the wedding, Stefani was no where near left out. She posted a video of the bridal party dancing to her song, “Hollaback Girl,” on her Instagram. When on the Ellen show, Stefani, 48, said she always thinks about marrying Shelton. This celebrity relationship has been going strong since 2015. I guess we all want to know when this celebrity dating will turn into a wedding? Stay tuned!

This celebrity couple is just like us — attending weddings and dancing together. What are some ways attending a wedding can bring you closer as a couple?

Cupid’s Advice:

Date nights are great, but attending special events like weddings helps you figure out just where your relationship is going. Cupid has some advice on how attending weddings can bring you closer as a couple:

1. Presentation: Weddings aren’t like attending the annual 4th of July family BBQ. This event is family and friends seeing the two of you dressed to impress. People will see you as a real couple; your parents or even Nana may even ask, “So, when are you two tying the knot.” When you get all dressed up, it just gives others another view of you and your partner. Embrace it! While it can be embarrasing at the moment, they just want the two of you to have your own special day like this one… until they get the bill that is.

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2. The talk: There you are, sitting at the table watching the bride and groom dance their first dance. Right there in that moment you will think, “that will be us one day.” Eventually, you and your partner will have “the talk.” Weddings help you to see yourselves as the ones getting married, even though it is not your wedding. Talking about marriage is important because ultimately, that is why you date someone; to grow and build a future. While you shouldn’t force the issue, a light discussion to see where your partner’s head is at when it comes to marriage is a good idea.

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3. Fun: While it is natural to consider your own wedding, this is the time to still have fun. While you might take mental notes and may secretly be planning your own wedding in your head, remember to actually enjoy the wedding. When its time to dance, have fun. You and your significant other are dressed up and looking good. Dance the night away. Take pictures, participate in the dance contests, and you know there is always that one drunk person(s). There is plenty of time to plan your day, today isn’t the day. Have fun!

What are some ways you think a wedding could help bring a couple closer together? Comment below.