Where Will Jennifer and Justin Say 'I Do'?
As their big day approaches, CB! picks 5 possible wedding locales where Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux could become husband and wife.
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The famous couple is already meticulously planning their intimate big day as they try to foil the paparazzi, while still accommodating their sure-to-be-star-studded guest list.
Since the A-List pair started dating in May 2011, these lovebirds have stayed at some of the finest hotels and most exotic locations in the world. And no doubt Aniston took notes about where she envisions herself walking down the aisle.
So, Celebuzz has come up with five possible locations close to the happy couple's hearts where they could exchange vows in the coming months.
1. Back To Her Roots: Aniston’s soap star father John Aniston was born in Chania on the beautiful Greek island of Crete.
And last April, the former Friends star was reported to have visited the stunning Elounda Beach Hotel close to where her father grew up, which could ultimately be the most sentimental and scenic wedding spot for the future husband and wife.
The hotel boasts a stunning beach and views of the Mediterranean, and even offers a wedding package that includes a dedicated consultant, a ceremony at the resort's private church, bridal bouquets and a bottle of champagne for the bride and groom. Plus, the added bonus that Aniston's Greek relatives wouldn't have far too travel.
2. Aloha!: To celebrate Theroux’s big 4-0 in August 2011, the couple rented a private villa at Secret Beach on Kauai’s North Shore and with its secluded and picturesque setting Kauai could be their ideal wedding spot.
The three-bedroom, four bath, 3,104 square foot home they rented for $7,000 a night had more than four acres, with unobstructed, panoramic views of the verdant North Shore, including Kauai’s signature Mount Makana and the dazzling coastline.
And if they want to have it all taken care of Hawaiian-style, celebrity mecca St. Regis Princeville could cater to all their celeb friends with famous fare from the Jean-Georges restaurant Kauai Grill, legendary butler service and the ballroom that can accomodate 500 VIPs.
And one big draw for the private couple -- the remoteness and serenity of the island where their good friends Ben Stiller and his wife Christine Taylor also have a home. The lovebirds also celebrated Taylor's big 4-0 birthday at their nearby property during their 2011 island visit.
Opened in April 2008, the eight-story property has a signless brown façade to blend in with the surroundings. Inside, many of the doors and floors are fashioned of reclaimed wood, giving the ambiance a rustic city feel. Each of the 88 rooms would be perfect for their "low key" wedding, but with plenty of glamour, as the Hollywood hotspot is uniquely decorated with homey accents like zebra-patterned chairs, potted plants, sculptures, and coffee table books.
And if they were to choose the "City That Never Sleeps," fabled Greenwich Village has sentimental value for the happy couple. Not only does Theroux own an apartment in the artsy area, but the happy couple got engaged at Blue Hill restaurant -- one of the Village's most famous dining spots.
4. South of the Border Bash: They celebrated the New Year together in Los Cabos with celebrity pals John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, and the ultra-luxurious One And Only Palmilla Resort would be the perfect Mexican wedding locale.
Set on the sandy beaches of the Baja coast, the Palmilla boasts the single and three-story houses and 172 guest rooms, each of which features a private patio or balcony, sweeping views and 24-hour butler service. With a beautiful spa, stunning grounds and private chapel, this could be their ideal "I do" destination.
Other five-star resorts, like the charming Las Ventanas, could also host their celebrity wedding in style. The private resort specializes in beach weddings with a private banquet room that opens out to spectacular views of the Sea of Cortez for a memorable vow setting.
5. Au Natural Nuptials: For a more classic setting, the Four Seasons in Santa Fe, New Mexico, could be just that right touch for the couple.
And if it looks familiar, this is where Aniston first gave the world a glimpse of her hard-to-miss engagement bling when she visited the hotel in October 2012 while filming We’re The Millers -- set in 57 unspoiled acres tucked gently into the Sangre de Cristo foothills.
The Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe is just 10 minutes from town, and offers 65 casita guest rooms and suites each having its own fireplace and private terrace. So, if Aniston and Theroux decided to go with stylish yet simple, then this would be the perfect spot to tie the knot.
But for a wintery feel in summertime, the pair can also re-visit their rustic, romantic getaway to Telluride, Colo., where they spent the holidays skiing in January 2012 at a luxe 13,386 square-foot rented cabin and reportedly spent nights chatting over a fire at the Lumiere Hotel nestled into the base of Mountain Village.
The classic five-star boutique hotel has a backdrop of the San Juan mountains and offers rooms, residences and even penthouses for their sure-to-be VIP guests.
Where do you think Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux will get married? Be their wedding planner and tell us your perfect "I do" destination in the comments below.