Jennifer Aniston & Justin Theroux's Wedding Planning Is Off to a Rough Start (VIDEO)

jennifer anistonNow that Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are officially on their way to being Mr. and Mrs. (yippee!), the gossipmongers are already off to the races with dish about the fabulously famous couple's wedding planning. Apparently, the happy couple is already failing to see eye-to-eye on what their Big Day will look like, according to a report in Us Weekly.

Jen reportedly wants a "destination wedding, kind of like eloping with a few friends," while her groom-to-be "wants a New York City winter wedding." She wants flashy, he wants low-key. Oh geeze. How many times have we heard this one before?! Another formulaic tabloid story hot off the presses!

Then again, maybe this tired scenario's a stereotype, because sometimes it is how a couple's foray into Wedding World initially goes down ...

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In fact, when my fiance and I first started planning our wedding, we weren't 100 percent on the same page with what we saw it looking like. At one point, he may have been perfectly happy with a quickie "I do" at city hall followed by dinner with our closest family and friends. But I sure wouldn't have been. And so, we talked about the best weddings we've been to together ... Our favorite by far had been at a beautiful resort and taken place over the course of a weekend. The entertainment was amazing, and everyone danced the night away. Ultimately, we agreed that we wanted to do something more like that.

Obviously, couples need to talk out their visions and compromise on certain details. Through the entire process, I've made sure my fiance and everyone around us know it's going to be our day, not just mine. But I've really started to believe that in the end, the bride should get the final say on most of the "big picture." What I mean is ... when it comes to location, theme, colors, the food, all minutiae that event planning entails and the bride will remember for the rest of her life, the groom usually couldn't care less anyway. From what I've seen -- and experienced firsthand -- he just wants his woman to be happy (or should!). And if that means kowtowing to her whim to get hitched on a tropical island instead of on a snowy day in the city, that's what the groom's gotta do. 

Hopefully, Justin figures that out sooner or later. And hey, if not, it's not as if they don't have the resources to fund two completely different weddings!

Check out this video for more details on the upcoming Aniston-Theroux nuptials ...

How did you and your partner decide on what kind of wedding you had/are having?


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