Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin Just Postponed Their Wedding, AGAIN

After already mailing their save the dates

Updated 01/15/19

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Hailey Baldwin Bieber and Justin Bieber just can't seem to decide on when to host their big day. The newlyweds, who already tied the knot in a city hall wedding in September 2018, have since been planning a formal, religious wedding—but have changed the date of their upcoming nuptials multiple times already.

According to TMZ, the couple sent save the dates to family and friends, marking their big day on March 1—not February 28, which was previously reported by Page Six. But on Tuesday, January 22, TMZ reported that the bride and groom told their +300 guests that they would be rescheduling their nuptials yet again, due to the fact that a handful of their loved ones would be unable to attend their March 1st date. This time, however, it sounds like the two are taking their time to set a date, and it likely won't be anytime soon.

The outlet also revealed that the couple would likely wed somewhere in Los Angeles, where both Baldwin and Bieber have family members. Page Six added that the couple's wedding party was already in the process of being styled, and the celebration's dancers (yes, dancers) were already rehearsing. Additionally, Tay James, Bieber’s personal DJ, was set to be the evening's entertainment.

The Biebers' big celebration was ready to host some equally big guests: According to TMZ, Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner were just one of the A-list couples to receive an invite to their nuptials. Chris Brown, Drake and Odell Beckham Jr. also made their star-studded guest list.

In September, Baldwin revealed to The Cut that their second ceremony would feature a woodland theme and take place somewhere on the West Coast.

“I just picture lights strung everywhere,” Baldwin told The Cut at the time. “I think having it in the woods would be so beautiful.”

Last week, news broke to People that the couple had initially planned to celebrate their wedding in January but had not found the right date.

“They’ve been figuring out the perfect time to do it, and they both feel like the sooner, the better,” a source told People. “They’re working with the schedules of all their friends and family to make sure they can be surrounded by the people they love. There’s no real rush. They’re already legally married, but they’re very excited about throwing a celebration with their loved ones.”

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