She already picked her dream wedding dresses, and now Whitney Port is dishing even more wedding-day details exclusively to Brides. While the former Hills and The City star-turned-fashion-designer still hasn't nailed down her gown's design, she did tell us there won't be a second party dress. Rather, she'll stick to her ceremony look throughout the entire celebration.
More details — like that she'll be throwing a destination wedding (another reason why she hasn't chosen her dress yet since it has to reflect the venue!) — leaked during our conversation. Here, a few facts you don't know about Port's pending nuptials to fiancée Tim Rosenman.
Nailing down the right location is the hardest part of the planning process.
"We want to make a full weekend celebration," Whitney revealed. "It's just difficult finding a place that's easy for everyone to get to and that won't require our guests to spend a lot of money. We just want it to be a fun environment for everyone. I feel like once we find the location, then everything will fall into place."
Tim is very involved in the wedding.
"He has a strong opinion on some things, but he also wants to make me happy," Whitney said. "Like one thing he wants is to make sure that there's not a strict curfew where the party ends at 10. So, there are certain things he cares about, and some stuff he doesn't. When it comes to design and décor, he will take a step back."
Unsurprisingly, her beauty look will be very natural.
"It's dependent on where the wedding is and what the dress looks like, but I don't see myself going super glam," Whitney dished. "I think less is more and I don't want to worry about fixing my hair and makeup all night."
There may or may not be former castmates in attendance.
"I'm not really sure honestly. We haven't sent out the invites yet, so I don't know who we're inviting in general — Hills or City or otherwise!"
__Her splurge won't be on the dress — it'll be on the music! __
"For us the biggest splurge is good music," Whitney spilled. "We've already picked out a lot of songs for the dinner portion and party portion. It's really just about everyone dancing and having a good time."