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UnREAL's Johanna Braddy and Freddie Stroma may have been keeping quiet on details about their upcoming wedding, but we are now happy to report that Braddy let some real juicy tidbits about their nuptials slip yesterday!
PEOPLE caught up with Braddy at Good Housekeeping's 2016 Awesome Women Awards Thursday night and talked all things wedding, and it seems like the couple has done a lot of planning since getting engaged in May of this year.
Besides revealing that the wedding will take place around the holidays this year (talk about running down the aisle!) Braddy revealed that guests from around the world will be coming to take part in their special day. Though the wedding's location remains a mystery to be solved.
"Freddie' family is coming from Europe and Asia and we're all gonna be together. So that's gonna be different," Braddy told PEOPLE. "Super southern family. Super European family."
The international guest list at this wedding will be pretty spectacular, but of course we're most excited to learn a few details about the wedding dress — including the designer! Braddy admitted not only that the dress is already picked out and being designed, but it could look a lot like the wedding dress she wore on UnREAL.
"I have a dress. Anne Barge is designing a dress for me. She reached out to me and is custom making it, it's crazy," Braddy said. "I can't say too much because I don't want him [Stroma] to find out but basically we had a conversation about it and I asked him, 'what do you picture when you think of a wedding and a bride?' And he was like, 'Disney cartoons.'"
So how does Braddy feel about Stroma's wedding dress expectations?
"I was like, 'OK, all right. Super bridal.' So, I'm just doing it up in every bridal way I can," she said. "Very feminine very classic. Nothing too trendy."
Braddy and Stroma met on the set of UnREAL, and announced their engagement in May, which resulted in Braddy becoming the proud owner of a gorgeous blue sapphire and diamond engagement ring.
Now, if only their real-life wedding could be aired on TV...