Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo's wedding already got its own Counting On episode, but TLC isn't finished focusing on Jinger and Jeremy's journey to the altar. According to a recent report, the couple's nuptials will be revisited during Season 3 of the Duggar family's TV series.
TLC hasn't revealed the date of the Counting On Season 3 premiere yet, but the Duggar Family Blog reports that the show will return sometime in January. The blog also shared a sneak preview of a December 21 Girlz 4 Christ Magazine article about Jinger Duggar's wedding dress, and that publication revealed that at least two episodes of the upcoming season of Counting On will be all about Jinger and Jeremy Vuolo's November 5 wedding.The January 16 episode Counting On will focus on Jinger and Jeremy's preparations for their big day. This is when viewers will get to see Jinger Duggar say yes to her wedding dress. Fans already got a good look at her wedding gown during the Season 2 finale of Counting On, and they likely noticed that Jinger and one of her bridesmaids, older sister Jessa Duggar, struggled a bit with the gown's 13-feet-long train. The designer of the dress, Renee Miller of Renee's Bridal and Special Occasions of Pensacola, Florida, told Girlz 4 Christ that a Bible verse's description of God inspired Jinger to ask for a really long train.
"Isaiah 6:1 says '...I saw also the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and his train filled the temple.' This verse played such a vital role during the whole process of creating sweet Jinger's one-of-a-kind, custom wedding dress."Counting On viewers will also get to see Jinger Duggar choosing her bridesmaids' dresses during the wedding prep episode. Her ten bridesmaids all wore the same style of gown, which included a lace bodice and long lace sleeves. However, as People reports, Jinger gave her bridesmaids some say in what they would be wearing on her big day.
"She asked us what shade we wanted but not necessarily a specific color," Joy-Anna Duggar said during Jinger's TLC wedding special. "They were trying to figure out colors and how it would look on stage, and not having similar colors next each other. So, that's kind of how she did it. She did an amazing job getting all of us in something that we would prefer."
The many different colors included red, burgundy, lavender, pink, light blue, and brown.
Counting On will also revisit Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo's wedding day on February 20. The "Wedding Premiere" episode will be two hours long, so it will likely feature footage that wasn't seen during the Season 2 finale. According to Futon Critic, viewers will get to see what went down at Jinger and Jeremy's "festive reception."
Season 3 of Counting On will be 11 episodes long, and it will include an episode that follows Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo on their honeymoon. As Us Weekly reports, the couple decided to visit New Zealand and Australia for their first chaperone-free trip together. On November 10, Jinger and Jeremy let their fans know that they were enjoying their honeymoon by filming a short video for the Duggar Family YouTube page.
The couple has remained pretty quiet since returning from their honeymoon. Unlike her married sisters Jessa and Jill, Jinger does not have any public social media accounts. Her pastor husband has a Facebook page, but Jeremy Vuolo's latest posts have nothing to do with Jinger or his new career as a reality show star; all he has shared recently is a Bible verse and a promo for a movie titled The Atheist Delusion. Jeremy and Jinger are clearly doing things differently by being a little more private than the other Duggar couples.
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