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Jessica Biel might have been thrilled that longtime boyfriend Justin Timberlake finally popped the question earlier this year, but she hasn't been busy planning her dream wedding in the nearly nine months since. In fact, the 30-year-old actress still doesn't have a very good picture of what their big day will look like.
In an interview with the U.K.'s This Morning on Thursday, Biel was asked about her upcoming nuptials. She admitted that she has "no idea" what she's going to do for their wedding, proving yet again that she's no bridezilla.
"I have no idea. I am one of those people who is not very detail-oriented," Biel admits in the interview. "In my work and personal life, I'm not one those people who is like, 'This has to be this way, and this has to be this way.' I'm sort of the more big-idea person, so I'll probably give an idea and then let it be created."
That's not to say she's not having fun. Biel calls the process "very exciting" but has been too busy with her work to "find the time to just enjoy it and take it easy."
Now that Total Recall is in theaters, Biel should be able to find that time. She has the drama The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea coming up, but that looks to be the only project on her slate. That should give her ample opportunities to find her dream wedding planner, location and -- most importantly (to us) -- wedding cake creator to have her perfect wedding. She won't want Timberlake to have to pitch in too much, as he's already the person who picked out her engagement ring... and daily outfits.
"He has incredible taste," Biel tells This Morning.
Sources tell Us Weekly that Biel already has the most important detail of her wedding figured out: the dress. Apparently Biel plans to turn to designer Monique Lhuillier to design her perfect white gown.
Earlier this month, Biel told the Chicago Sun-Times that she had planned "almost nothing" for her wedding.
"I'm just enjoying being engaged," she explained. "I do feel like there is a lot of time and nothing needs to be rushed."