A source told PEOPLE, "[Justin and Hailey] are both beyond excited to celebrate with friends this weekend. They are happy that they are finally having a religious ceremony. It’s very special for them.”
Though this past year hasn't been without its struggles, the source said that the couple is ready for this next step: “This past year has really been a test for them. A test on their marriage. They are very proud of how far they have come."
Baldwin enjoyed a traditional bachelorette party with her girlfriends leading up to the wedding (think penis straws ... okay, penis everything), but what do we know about her wedding style?
The Mrs. told The Cutearlier in September, "I just picture lights strung everywhere." She also added that a rustic wedding is more her speed, saying, "I think having it in the woods would be so beautiful."
According to TMZ, the wedding isn't necessarily making everyone happy. The outlet obtained a letter to hotel guests stating that from noon Sunday to noon Tuesday, some of the hotel's best amenities are being closed off to guests.
According to the email, guests will lose access to the spa, a pool and a restaurant for 48 hours. The hotel is offering guests alternatives, compensation, upgrades and a free dinner for their troubles.
The pair arrived in South Carolina ahead of their nuptials on Sept. 28, 2019, and spent the next night at a rehearsal dinner that, according to a source, was for close friends and family members.
The source also told PEOPLE that the Biebers and their guests arrived via speed boats to the dinner. They added that the couple "both seemed beyond excited. Hailey looked stunning in short, white dress. They enjoyed local food, including an oyster roast."
Among the guests were Joan Smalls, Kendall Jenner, Kenny Hamilton, Kyle Massey, Laura and Carl Lentz, Karla Welch, Justine Skye and Scooter Braun, according to E! News.