The big D-Day is almost here for Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin. The duo has kicked off their wedding celebration in style, starting with an extravagant rehearsal dinner at a lavish hotel in Bluffton, South Carolina. But guess how did the bride and groom reach the venue? No point in guessing because the two travelled to the venue on a speedboat. Yep! A fancy speedboat. Now that's what you call a sumptuous wedding that we can only imagine.
According to News 18, the rehearsal dinner was held on Sunday night. In attendees, their family members and their close friends graced at the event enjoyed the celebration with some great food and drinks. Not only this, the report also revealed the guest list which includes names like Joan Smalls, Kenny Hamilton, Kendall Jenner, Laura and Carl Lentz, Kyle Massey and Scooter Braun to name a few.
According to E!News, a source was quoted saying, "Guests arrived by boat to rehearsal dinner on the property. There were water taxis that took guests over at around 6:30 p.m. The dinner was on the edge of the water and outdoors. There were string lights hanging and lit candles. Everybody was seated at long tables and the dècor was really chic and all white. There were waiters greeting guests with champagne as they arrived."
Last year, the pair became a thing and made headlines when the photos of them making out and getting cosy with each other started coming out in open. Soon which, the rumours of their engagement were also followed and created a stir in the media. On September 13, 2018, the pair wed in a courthouse wedding in New York and now, a year later, Justin and Hailey are now gearing up for their second marriage, this time with their family, friends, and God in the luxury hotel, South Carolina on September 30.
Happy wedding, you two!
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