Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart's Wedding Details Sound Absolutely Perfect

edward cullen bella swan weddingWhether you admit it or not, you're likely fascinated with Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart's on- and off-screen romance. We all are. So it's no surprise that well before they said "I do" in theaters last fall, wedding rumors have been flying. Usually, the reports read like a tween fantasy, fan fiction, or a buncha hype. But a new report in OK! magazine actually sounds believable.

The tabloid reports that the couple's real-life wedding is planned for later this year, and several sources are revealing loads of details, like Rob recently gave Kristen a gorgeous emerald ring. Ooooh ... So does this mean they're engaged?


The insider explains:

He's a real romantic and loves to take an opportunity to remind her that she's the one. He gave her a ring because he adores her, and he wants to marry her.

Awww! And it gets even better. More details from the OK! story ...

  • A friend tells the magazine, "They've talked about black wedding bands, because Kristen isn't into big diamonds."
  • They want to marry somewhere "isolated, like a quiet beach." Like maybe where they filmed their Breaking Dawn honeymoon in Brazil?
  • RPattz is writing a special song for KStew that he plans to perform for her on the vintage Fender guitar she bought him for Christmas. And their first dance will be to Rob's favorite Van Morrison tune, "Beside You."
  • Kristen wants a dress that's even simpler than the one Bella wears in BD. She loves the designer Reem Acra and won't be wearing shoes. (Now, I can definitely believe that!)
  • There will only be 100 guests at most, including most of the Twilight cast, good friend Katy Perry (who will be a bridesmaid -- aww!), Charlize Theron, and of course Rob's bestie Tom Sturridge and his baby mama Sienna Miller.
  • The cake will be vanilla, decorated with flowers, but no bride and groom on top.

I'm sure all of this could be fabricated, but it does sound right up the couple's alley. All those personalized, unique details -- from KStew skipping the shoes to incorporating the Fender guitar -- are what make it sound so perfect, so opposite a generic, "cookie cutter" wedding.

As I've been planning our wedding, I've been trying to remind myself of all the little details like this that my fiance and I will want to weave throughout the night. In addition to the traditional Jewish ceremony and an amazing party for our loved ones, I want the event to feel uniquely ours. Not because we hand out favors with our initials on the packaging, but because the cantor plays acoustic classic rock tunes at the ceremony, we enter the reception to one of the silly LMFAO songs we love, the cake has a funny topper that is so us, or there's a basket of brightly-colored flip-flops for our guests (because my fiance and I hate uncomfortable, stuffy shoes).

These personal details are what makes a wedding so memorable, special, and above all, romantic. If there's any truth to this awesome OK! report, RPattz and KStew deserve major props for going above and beyond monograms on their big day. Sounds like whenever they tie the knot, it'll be truly unforgettable.

What were some of the little details that truly personalized your Big Day?


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