Jamie Chung Dishes About Wedding Planning, What She Loves About Fiance Bryan Greenberg

Celebrity News Jun. 21, 2014 AT 9:05AM
Bryan Greenberg and Jamie Chung Jamie Chung dished about her upcoming wedding and gushed about fiance Bryan Greenberg to Us Weekly in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Tuesday, June 17 Credit: John Lamparski/WireImage

Jamie Chung has yet to plan her upcoming wedding with fiance Bryan Greenberg, but she does have a few ideas here and there! The Believe actress gave Us Weekly a sneak peek into what the couple's nuptials could possibly be like, and gushed about her husband-to-be while attending the SVEDKA Summer Samba in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Tuesday, June 17.

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"I want it to be outdoors and I want it to be pretty," Chung, 31, told Us. "Probably in California. I'm not big on destination. I want my whole family to be there."

As for when the wedding will be, Chung admitted it will probably be sooner than later. "We have a bunch of weddings this year for friends so I think we're going to aim for something next year," she said. "We don't want to rush it. We really don't, and if it takes another year after that then so be it."

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Us confirmed last January that the Made in America alum, 36, popped the question to Chung over the holidays in San Francisco after nearly two years of dating. Taking the next step, according to the bride-to-be, brought up another important discussion—babies.

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"I guess you start talking about kids—yeah, of course I do," she said of wanting to start a family. "I just don't know—it's a discussion as to when we would have this. It's weird, I don't know, I never thought that—I've never really introduced my parents to any of my boyfriends," she added of the serious relationship.

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"He wasn't the first, but he was—for him to organize something behind my back and for them, for both of our families to meet at once, the first time meeting, something like that would give me a lot of anxiety. He planned everything and he's been so great!" she said of their parents' first meet and greet. "That's something I really love about him."

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