Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas were recently married at a ceremony held in France. Before that, they had a shotgun wedding immediately after the Billboard Music Awards earlier this year. However, its European celebration was undoubtedly the most immaculate of the two. And you will not believe how long it took you to make Turner's wedding dress.
Turner and Jonas were originally married in Las Vegas
The couple started from 2016, a time after Jonas sent a message to Turner on Instagram. (The Jonas Brothers clearly like DM, since Nick Jonas first called Priyanka Chopra's attention when he slipped into his DMs on social media as well). The two were first seen together in a Halloween post on Instagram, but their first solo location. They arrived when they attended a Kings of Leon concert in November 2016. They both date less than a year before Jonas proposed, and in stark contrast to the wedding of Chopra and Nick Jonas, the couple got married in a quick ceremony in Las Vegas after the Billboard Music Awards on May 1.
The couple planned another private wedding in Europe.
While his shotgun wedding in Las Vegas was definitely a fun night for his famous friends, the two of them wanted something more romantic that involved their families as well. They planned a ceremony and private reception in France, which took place on June 29. The guest list includes many celebrities, such as Jonas brothers (of course), game of Thrones co-stars, and none other than Dr. Phil, who also happened to be the one who spilled the beans on the wedding date. The two had a lot of beer at the event, including personalized Coors bottles.
Turner's dress took 1,050 hours to create and 350 hours to put together
Turner and Jonas did everything possible for their second wedding, but nothing was as intricately planned as Turner's wedding dress. The bride wore a custom Louis Vuitton dress designed by Nicolas Ghesquière. The dress showed tulle embroidered with flowers and had long sleeves with bare shoulders. To create the spectacular dress, more than 10 embroiderers worked for 1,050 hours to create the 14 meters of tulle. The pattern involved more than 650,000 stitches, according to WWD. Each panel of the star's dress also included more than 100,000 glass and white beads.
The two have said that they definitely want children.
Now that the wedding is over, Turner and Jonas can finally begin their official life together. The Jonas Brothers are currently on tour, so it is likely that the two will not start having children immediately. However, they plan to start a family at some point. A source close to the couple said the children are "compulsory" for them, but do not plan to have them immediately. The two are madly in love, but they are also young. Turner is six years younger than Jonas. And with Jonas' career at its peak, once again, they might decide to wait until the drum goes off a bit before welcoming the kids.