I’ll send a messenger to you, and you can pass on a message telling me where and when we’ll be married!
Tybalt, old Capulet’s nephew, has sent a letter to Romeo’s father’s house.
I bet it’s a challenge.
I’ll give him equal thanks, so we’re even.
Ah, Juliet if you’re as happy as I am, and you’re better with words, tell me about the happiness you imagine we’ll have in our marriage.
After Romeo sneaks into the Capulet house, Romeo and Juliet confess their love to each other. They decide that they are going to get married the next day. Romeo is going to inform Juliet about the wedding plans the next day.
The day after the Capulet's party, Benvolio tells Mercutio that Tybalt wants to duel Romeo after he sneaked in to the Capulets party. Which is forshadowing the events to come between Tybalt and Romeo. Yet they still have no idea about Romeo and Juliet.
Juliet follows Romeo's plans and meets him at Friar Lawrence's cell. They then both express how much they mean to each other. Finally, Romeo and Juliet get married.