I must say my beauty, "you outshine the jealous moon," I swear to you my lady...
Hush. No dear Romeo, I assure you, I will get the marriage verified to you by dawn!
Act 2 Scene 3:
Oh sir, I am so in love with my lady Juliet, do you think you could get us married?
Of course my young love. This marriage will be your luck.
Benvolio and Mercutio are on the search for Romeo as he trespasses the Capulet territory by jumping over the walls. As Mercutio teases Romeo of his feelings for, "Rosaline," Romeo thinks to himself that he DEFINITELY did not have love for Rosaline but surely for Juliet.
Act 2 Scene 4:
Romeo finally reaches to his fine lady Juliet and begins to swear an oath. Juliet adds on that she will send someone in the morning to get their marriage fixed. On the other hand, Romeo begins with his marriage preparations and arranges the ceremony plans.
Act 2 scene 5:
Romeo visits Friar Lawrence to request him if he can arrange Romeo and Juliet's' marriage. The friar was shocked to hear that Romeos' love was now for Juliet. Romeo makes a defence replying, "Juliet returns my love. Rosaline did not." The Friar ends to say that their marriage will end their families' feud.
Act 2 Scene 6:
Mercutio and Benvolio come to inform Romeo that Tybalt has challenged him in a fight. Meanwhile, the nurse and servant Peter enter discussing the two lovers' wedding plans.
But, Juliet needs to be brought IMMEDIATELY to sir Friars' cell room.
As the nurse eventually arrives back to Juliet after her waiting, she wasted no time in informing her of their sudden marriage. Juliet is then told to meet Romeo in Friar Lawrence's' cell room later that day.