Over a year after secretly tying the knot at a New York City courthouse, Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are finally having the big wedding they'd planned for. The pair are getting married in a religious ceremony in South Carolina on Monday (Monday night Australian time) in front of friends and family, something the pair are really excited about after postponing their big day multiple times to reportedly focus on Justin's mental health.
“They are both beyond excited to celebrate with friends this weekend,” a source tells PEOPLE. “They are happy that they are finally having a religious ceremony. It’s very special for them.”
“This past year has really been a test for them. A test on their marriage. They are very proud of how far they have come,” the source continued. “Justin is doing much better. He keeps focusing on his music and seems excited about it.” They added that after the wedding, the newlyweds would be taking time off for a honeymoon in an undisclosed location.
Ahead of the big day, Justin took to Instagram to share a photo of him posing beside Hailey when they were teenagers, writing, 'Where it all began' - the two met when they were 15 and 13 respectively, before going on to date seven years later in 2016.
The groom then shared a photo of the private jet the couple used to fly to South Carolina ahead of their nuptials.
On Wednesday night, Hailey celebrated her bachelorette party with friends, including Kendall Jenner, in West Hollywood. The 22-year-old wore a white mini dress and veil and the group was spotted drinking out of penis cups - celebs, they're just like us.
We don't know about you, but we can't wait to see photos from the Bieber wedding.
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This article originally appeared on InStyle Australia