February 07, 2013 10:00 AM by Lisa Princ
American Idol‘s very first winner, Kelly Clarkson has been beaming with happiness since she and Brandon Blackstock got engaged back in December. Now, the bride-to-be has opened up about her wedding, and what she has planned!
Kelly Clarkson is enjoying every moment of being in love, but when it comes to her upcoming wedding to Brandon Blackstock, Clarkson did not realize all the planning involved, as she recently told People Magazine: “It’s kind of a lot to plan though. I’m going to be honest with you.”
Despite the huge amount of planning involved, Clarkson assured fans that the one thing you will not see her turn into is – a bridezilla! In fact, Clarkson will be just the opposite, as she added: “I’m going to be like, ‘Oh, the cake fell off the porch, that’s fine. Cool, something’s on fire, cool, whatever, we’ll move it. We’ll get married over there.’ I’m going to be that girl.”
Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock are currently planning a “very earthy” wedding this fall. As for her wedding gown, Kelly said it: “is my personality in a dress. It’s sweetly damaged. A little rock and roll. A little tattered,” adding that she plans to walk down the aisle barefoot with Brandon’s daughter.
Other details of their wedding will include a simple menu, and there will be no bridal party. Hey, the more simple the details, the less stressed she will be, right? Sounds like it’s going to be a very cool wedding!
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