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Ciara on wedding gown plans

Published 16/01/2014


Ciara wants a vintage wedding dress to replicate her mother's style.

The American singer is busy planning her wedding gown, despite not having a date penned in the diary to wed her rapper fiancé Future.

As well as dreaming about her perfect outfit, pregnant Ciara is also rushed off her feet preparing for the birth of her first child.

"I want elegant and classic to be the theme. I don't know exactly what it is yet, but I do want it to be a little vintage-y, like something my mom would have worn, with a modern twist. I have an idea of the feeling I would love. I want to go a little throwback," Ciara revealed to People.

The nuptials are likely to take place once Ciara has given birth.

Despite her pregnancy, the 28-year-old star will also be entertaining the crowds at the Grammys after party on January 26.

Keeping coy about her outfit plans for the awards bash, Ciara teased that she'll be teaming up with a close friend for a show-stopping number.

"I'm working with one of my good friends for the Grammys, and I met with him just recently to do a fitting so I'm really excited. I think it's going to be really beautiful. I'm feeling really good about it," she revealed.

"We budget three hours of time before the show [for hair and make-up], and then I eat up an hour from just moving around and driving my team crazy and being silly. But typically we get straight to it. We play good music, we talk and laugh. We go over the look a few days before. I like my team to think things through, and then when we get into the room we go for it. Make-up first, hair second and we just roll."

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