It turns out that even celebrities are planning their weddings on Pinterest, as Demi Lovato admitted that she used the app to envision her wedding to fiancé Jute. Here’s everything we know so far about Demi Lovato and Juts’ upcoming wedding.
Lovato and Jutes’ romance began in the summer of 2022 when the two musicians were spotted together, but the couple didn’t share their relationship with fans until 2023.
Lovato, who is non-binary, said the Toronto artist, born Jordan Lutz, asked the question last year.
Lovato shared the exciting news with fans in an Instagram post on Dec. 17, sharing a sweet photo of them and their fiancé, as well as a close-up of the huge pear-shaped diamond ring.
“I’m still speechless,” the Disney Channel alum wrote. “Last night was the best night of my life and I can’t believe I’m getting married to the love of my life @jutesmusic.
“My love, I am so excited to marry you…every day I spent with you was a dream come true and I can’t wait to love and cherish you forever. That’s the rest of my life. “I love you, baby.”
And also co-writing Substance with Lovato, Lutes also collaborated on it Holy damn album including tracks A happy ending And City of Angels.
Demi Lovato’s wedding dress:
The singer, who uses she/her and they/them pronouns, spoke to People on Jan. 31 about their upcoming wedding ceremony.
She revealed she has “definitely” started shopping for a dress for her wedding to Jutes and has a “clear vision” of what she wants their special day to look like.
“I thought about it and saved them to my Pinterest profile,” Lovato said. “We get everything done!”
They continued about the upcoming ceremony: “I’m excited. “I’m in the planning stages and I’m really excited about it.”
But Lovato doesn’t just use Pinterest for wedding dresses, revealing that they both used the platform for “it all.” I love the planner!
It’s not yet clear what designer outfit the star will wear for her wedding to Jute, but we’ll keep you posted as soon as we know more.
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