Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 21 October 2014

‘Confident bride’ Jennifer Aniston

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - NOVEMBER 15: Actors Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston attend the 26th American Cinematheque Award Gala honoring Ben Stiller at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on November 15, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

Jennifer Aniston is said to be feeling “more confident than ever” ahead of her wedding to Justin Theroux.

The former Friends star is engaged to actor Justin Theroux, but so far they have remained tight-lipped about their impending nuptials.

Jennifer, 44, stepped out with 41-year-old Justin on her arm for the Oscars on Sunday.

She looked gorgeous in a red Valentino gown and is allegedly feeling as good as she looks.

"Jen seems more confident than ever," a source told People magazine.

“And they've become a great team."

Now it seems the Hollywood couple have made some decisions about their big day.

According to the publication, the pair have picked out their wedding bands, selected a date and narrowed down a choice of dresses.

"It will be a small affair with their closest friends," the source continued.

The pretty star has apparently decided to wed soon after her current film wraps on March 8.

It was previously reported the couple were planning to get married shortly after the Academy Awards, with Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry tipped as famous guests.

Jennifer is also said to have picked her bridesmaids, with pals Chelsea Handler and Emily Blunt making the cut.

Also looking to wed soon is Jennifer’s ex-husband Brad Pitt.

According to reports, the handsome actor and fiancée Angelina Jolie are planning an extravagant affair.

"Guests will travel past water fountains and Shetland ponies leaping as they go up the two-mile long drive to the house. Brad wants the guests to say, 'Wow!' the moment they sweep through the gates,” a source told British magazine Grazia.

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