Gwen Stefani Attended a Wedding with Blake…and Caught the Bouquet

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Could wedding bells be in the future for Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani? Looks that way if you believe the old tradition about catching the bride’s bouquet at a wedding.

On Saturday, the pair attended Blake’s hairstylist’s Amanda Craig’s wedding to Joel Borski, and according to PEOPLE, the Hollaback Girl caught the bouquet…sorta.

“Amanda threw the bouquet, and it hit Blake in the head and fell on the floor,” says a guest to PEOPLE. “Gwen picked it up!”

And according to an US Weekly source, “She was smiley and super cute about it. Blake came up and gave her a kiss.”

According to US, the pair was all about the PDA at the reception. “Gwen and Blake were kissing and slow dancing most of the night. Blake was looking at Gwen like she was the only woman in the world!”

Forget Gwen and Blake…how cute are the bride and groom here?! Huge congrats to Amanda and Joel!

Image via People.

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