In act 1, scene 5, Romeo beholds Juliet for the first time at the party hosted by the Capulets. In a room crowded with people and with much hoopla around him, Romeo notices his soon-to-be wife and is entranced. (He also immediately forgets his pining for Rosaline; he had considered skipping this celebration entirely because he was so upset over her.) These lines perfectly capture his initial impression of Juliet:
Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight!
For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night. (I.v.55-56)
From the moment he sees Juliet, Romeo is totally infatuated. He says that her beauty is too good for this world. As soon as possible, Romeo makes his way to this captivating beauty and takes her by the hand. He offers his apologies if he offends her but says that his lips stand ready to make amends. This playful banter is well-received by Juliet, and it is clear that an instant spark has been lit between the couple.