Here's something on which we can all agree: Jamie Chung is bound to be one beautiful bride.
The Sin City: A Dame to Kill For star, who is engaged to Bryan Greenberg, took a moment to chat with E! News on Wednesday, dishing loads of wedding deets on everything from her dress to the decor to the possible location.
Let the wedding buzz begin!
"Well we want it to be rustic and colorful. It's going to be in the fall," the 31-year-old beauty, who looked absolutely stunning last night at the Los Angeles premiere for her latest flick, shared.
Although Chung has previously mentioned California as a possible wedding location, the Once Upon a Time star confessed she has yet to make up her mind.
"We are leaning towards outdoors, but we're not completely settled on California," she revealed. "There are some amazing places in Wyoming…I just came back from a wedding in Jackson Hole and talk about a dream wedding…it was so beautiful, it's like a slice of heaven."
"So I don't know!" she continued. "I kind of want to go out on a limb and maybe do something in, like, Montana. There are so many great campsites there and venues to get married, but it's still up the air."
Another important detail Chung is busy perfecting? Her wedding dress! And while the actress previously confirmed that Monique Lhuillier herself will be designing her gown, she admitted she has yet to have a bridal fitting.
"I still haven't even made it into the boutique to try on the dresses she has to get a sense of the style I want. She's so busy! Hopefully I will be able to see her after fashion week," she said.
Asked whether she will be attending Lhuillier's upcoming show, Chung replied, "I hope so. I just finished a show for Hulu called Resident Advisors, and at the moment I'm really looking forward to taking a short break from TV and film to kind of work on fashion stuff and the blog."
But despite having yet to set foot in the famous designer's boutique, the fashionista knows exactly what she wants in a wedding dress.
"I would certainly choose the latter," she replied when asked if she would describe her wedding style as over-the-top or simple. "I want it to be simple and beautiful and not clunky. I'll tell you what I'm not into: huge princess gowns…over-the-top is not really my style."
E! News confirmed Chung's engagement to Greenberg just after the new year. The two began dating in the spring of 2012, and in mid-April, they took their romance public at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Annual Festival in Indio, Calif.
Congrats to the happy couple!