Courteney Cox and new fiancé Johnny McDaid have only been engaged one month, yet they're already starting to nail down the details of their impending nuptials. The duo traveled to McDaid's hometown of Derry, Ireland last week where the wedding planning appeared to be well underway.
Rumors have been swirling that the couple is hoping to host their ceremony and reception in Northern Ireland, which seems like the perfect location for the Irish-born singer and his privacy-loving fiancé. Their top two picks? Castle Leslie, the 19th century-era estate in Glaslough where Paul McCartney and Heather Mills married in 2002, or the Ramada Da Vinci hotel, located conveniently in McDaid's hometown, according to the Daily Mail.
While either location would be a great choice for their nuptials, our guess is they won't host a wedding at either of these locales. We have a feeling they'll opt for a quiet, family-and-close-friends-only ceremony in McDaid's hometown followed by a more formal affair back in Los Angeles — though only time will tell!
Another task the couple crossed off their wedding-planning list? Purchasing wedding bands. While shopping for a pair of earrings for Cox's daughter, Coco, the couple bought a pair of Derry-made gold bands. They browsed countless designs, seen in the photo above, before walking out with two special pieces from D Cooley Jewelers. Whether or not they will be the bands the couple exchanges on their wedding day remains to be seen, but if they do host a decidedly Irish affair, it would seem like an obvious and meaningful choice!
But their trip wasn't all about their big day. From daily beach trips with Coco, to shopping at local retailers, and even celebrating McDaid's birthday with family, these three already have their family routine down.