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February 25th, 2014
Pretty Little Liars star Troian Bellisario is set to wed longtime boyfriend and Suits star, Patrick J. Adams. People Magazine reported on the engagement this week, saying the couple first met back in 2009 on the set of a play. The couple will produce some gorgeous wedding shots, but what would a wedding on Troian’s show Pretty Little Liars look like? Well, still gorgeous, just a little murder-y as well.
Bellisario’s upcoming wedding got us thinking about nuptials in Rosewood, so naturally we began to list the Pros and Cons to a wedding on Pretty Little Liars.
Con: People never turn their phones off and someone will totally get a text in the middle of your ceremony.
Pro: People in this town totally believe in love.
Con: These same people will be very critical of your wedding dress.
Pro: People loved getting dressed up in Rosewood and you can totally have a theme wedding.
Con: There may be a fist fight between the father of the bride and the inappropriately aged groom.
Pro: You could totally get Adam Lambert for your reception.
Con: If your wedding plans are running smoothly, everything can go to hell with one text.
Pro: Even if it rains on your wedding day, everyone in this town looks great wet.
Con: Trying to get your bridesmaids to focus on your wedding and not all the blackmailing going on is frustrating.
Pro: You can save money by enforcing a no-kids policy. Every kid in Rosewood is creepy.
Con: Bridesmaids be complaining, y’all.
Pro: You’ll look flawless on your big day, because everyone looks flawless here.
Con: Everyone looks flawless here, even when they cry. You may have the spotlight stolen. How rude!
Pro: Some people pretend to be dead, which totally cuts down on your invite list.
Con: But there’s always someone who shows up and totally didn’t RSVP.
Pro: Having a bridesmaid who will totally tell that person to hit the bricks.
Con: There is about a 99.9% certainty that someone will speak up in the middle of your ceremony.
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