Spring and summer are usually seasons of new life, new beginnings, and so many celebrity weddings. In a typical year, there is no shortage of famous couples walking down the aisle and saying, “I do.” This particular year was like no other that we have seen. The world has almost come to a standstill as humanity battles a pandemic, and so many common events such as celebrity weddings have been re-planned and reinterpreted. Some couples pushed them back in the future, while others got creative as they became masters.
Some of the most famous couples in the world stay happily engaged a little longer to protect themselves and their loved ones. Here are some high profile lovebirds who have pushed their weddings back due to the current global situation, from J-Lo and A-Rod to expectant couples Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom.
10 J Lo and Alex Rodriguez keep plans on hold
One of the biggest wedding breaks of the year is that of superstar Jennifer Lopez and her fiancé Alex Rodriguez. The couple made serious headlines when they went public as a couple, and since then they have reunited their families in a beautiful mixed breed and got engaged to be married.
Lopez revealed to talk show host Ellen DeGeneres that all of the couple’s wedding plans had been put on hold, just like the rest of the world. While the wedding date is in question, one aspect of their big day is definitely: this couple will be stunning when they become a married couple.
9 Emma Stone and Dave McCary stopped production
Actress Emma Stone found her forever with Dave McCary, the writer and director of SNL. They were supposed to get married in March 2020, but that month has been a sucker for the whole world. In March, the virus began to spread rapidly in the United States, forcing the couple to restructure their wedding.
They decided to put aside all plans and agreed to get married at a later date. The date of their future wedding has not yet been announced, but many speculate that the two have secretly tied the knot. Emma has been seen with a gold ribbon on her wedding finger for the past few weeks.
8th Princess Beatrice and her fiance scaled things up a long time ago
When a member of the royal family ties the knot, it is an especially big event. Princess Beatrice was ready to walk down the aisle and become the wife of Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, but circumstances changed the event significantly.
The May 29 date was moved to late summer when the couple became husband and wife in late July. Even though they got married, a lot of adjustments and adjustments were made due to the pandemic. Only a small gathering testifies to the couple’s vows, and all government guidelines were followed by all in attendance.
7th Kevin Wendt and Astrid Loch are waiting for something
Bachelor graduate Astrid Loch has a lot to do these days, and that includes trying to plan her dream wedding in the middle of a pandemic. She and her fiancé Kevin Wendt should be walking down the aisle in a few months, but have decided it is best to take a break.
As for a new wedding date, the couple thinks they will still get their November wedding, only theirs will hopefully be in 2021, a year after the original wedding date.
6th JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers feel they made the right decision
Bachelorette alumna JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers have been engaged for a long time, and it looks like they’ll be engaged for even longer now! They decided to spend their lives together on the infamous reality TV show back in 2016 and should make things official this year.
Now, those plans have been pushed forward in 2021, but the cute couple don’t seem to be sweating. They posted an adorable selfie that looked very much in love on their original wedding day.
5 Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom didn’t say I did this summer
Katy Perry and her fiance, actor Orlando Bloom, were quite busy for a few years. In addition to Katy’s continuously booming musical career, the two decided to get engaged and now welcome their first child together. Because of the pandemic that is sweeping the globe, the famous couple have now burned their backs to their wedding in Japan twice!
Perry got engaged to Bloom last Valentine’s Day. The original wedding was postponed because the couple wanted to change the location of the big day. Then came the virus, which was heard around the world, and the wedding in Japan was postponed as well. When will Katy and Orlando become husband and wife? That is still up for debate. Katy will be welcoming the couple’s little girl for the next several weeks, so there’s a good chance her new addition will take precedence over Wedding Try # 3.
4th Taraji P. Henson and Kelvin Hayden pressed pause
The actress was ready to marry her former NFL fiancé this summer but now remains engaged and safe amid the COVID pandemic. Henson revealed that she has a very personal reason to be wary of health concerns about the global situation when her uncle recently passed away, and Henson believes his death was related to the virus.
Like other celebs, Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom, Taraji and Kelvin didn’t take two breaks on their wedding day, once because of work commitments and then because of the pandemic.
3 Dennis Quaid and his fiancée Laura Savoie did not walk down the aisle as planned
Dennis Quaid was ready to make his love to Laura Savoie, an honest woman on April 3rd in beautiful Hawaii, but that big day never happened. The couple did not split up, they are still very much together, but quarantine has stopped their destination wedding. When the word got around how bad things were going on the seas, the couple decided it was too risky to ask loved ones to celebrate with them.
They cited the fact that they had multiple family members with immunocompromised systems and never wanted to endanger the health of these people. The big beach wedding was out of the question, but months later the two of them said that in Santa Barbara I was only present with their pastor.
2 Lala Kent and Randall Emmett keep pushing back their big day
Reality TV star Vanderpump Rules and her fiancé Randall Emmett, the Irish producer, had their hearts set for a wedding date on April 18th. Thanks to the virus that brought the planet to a standstill, their wedding plans had to be postponed too.
The magical event has been postponed for July, but it looks like that month came and went even without a wedding. For now, the couple just needs to keep planning and be patient, along with pretty much everyone else in the universe.
1 Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams play it safe
When actress Sarah Hyland appeared on The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons Ever, she gave fans an update on her wedding plans with her fiancé Wells Adams. While the two were about to get married, they stopped all wedding ideas for the time being and did not set a future date.
Hyland has notable health problems that put them at increased risk of developing health problems related to the virus. For this couple, it means staying safe and healthy before putting on a dress and partying with hundreds of guests. They are a couple of goals overall.
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