A source close to the coupe revealed to Us Weekly that the couple are "keen to make it happen as soon as possible" but with necessary precautions amid the coronavirus pandemic. Shelton and Stefani plan to go "all out" for a summer wedding, but the source adds that "it won't be the end of the world if they have to move things back till the fall."
The pair is supposedly planning two separate ceremonies- one in Los Angeles and another in Oklahoma at the country singer's ranch. "Oklahoma gives the couple more privacy and the possibilities are endless for a wedding reception people will talk about for years," a second source says.
In June, sources revealed that the couple wanted to get married as soon as it was safe enough to have an actual in-person wedding. "COVID-19 has turned their world upside down, as it has with so many families," a source shared. "Gwen knows she is blessed and wants to have the wedding as soon as social distancing guidelines are lifted."
The source added, "Gwen wants to have a ceremony and reception with their family and friends. She didn’t wait this long to get married with family watching on Zoom."
Shelton and Stefani met in 2015 on the set of The Voice and started dating shortly after. At the time Shelton had just gone through a very public divorce with Miranda Lambert while Stefani had just ended her marriage with Gavin Rossdale.
The couple released a duet together in December of 2019 called "Nobody But You," which is a part of Shelton's latest album, Fully Loaded: God's Country. The song became Shelton's 27th No. 1 single and Stefani's first on country charts in May of 2020.
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