Colton Haynes Says He'll Let Fiancé Jeff Leatham Plan Their Entire Wedding
Figuring out how to divide wedding-planning tasks is something every couple should think about. Will you split the work down the middle, with each of you playing to your strengths, or will you make every decision together? There's no wrong way to decide, but when your fiancé is a world-renowned florist, letting him take on the bulk of the planning seems like the way to go. And that's exactly what Rough Night star Colton Haynes intends to do for his wedding to Jeff Leatham.
At the New York City premiere of his new film, Haynes discussed wedding plans with ET, and admitted that he's not very interested in weighing in on every detail of the ceremony and reception. "I suck at that stuff, and I do not want to help at all, so he's gonna take care of it," Haynes said of Leatham. "He's the best. He just finished the biggest wedding of his career three days ago."
In addition to delivering on incredible big-day blooms for celebrities like Chelsea Clinton, Sofia Vergara, Eva Longoria, and Tina Turner, Leatham also serves as the artistic director for the Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris, dreaming up and creating inspired floral designs and installations for the well-known hotel. So it's safe to say that letting him take the planning reins will result in spectacular wedding style and décor.
Leatham, who proposed to Haynes in March while the pair vacationed in Mexico, joined his actor fiancé for the Rough Night premiere. "So lucky to have my fiancé @jeffleatham & my sis @willowm14 support me at the Rough Night Premiere in NYC! & the stunning @jillianbell is an icon in Marchesa!" Haynes wrote on Instagram. Leatham shared his own equally sweet tribute, captioning a video with his fiancé, "@roughnightmovie with my love @coltonlhaynes. So proud." Sounds like the perfect date night to us!
As for the couple's bachelor party, Haynes says he won't be taking a cue from the antics seen in his new movie. "We're just gonna have, you know, like the one in the movie, a little wine and some cheese," he joked.
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