Petra Nemcova Dishes on "50s-Style" Wedding

Celebrity News Sep. 17, 2011 AT 1:23PM
Petra Nemcova Dishes on "50s-Style" Wedding Credit: Joe Kohen/Getty Images

Now that her wedding to British actor Jamie Belman is just nine months away, Petra Nemcova is gushing non-stop about her upcoming nuptials.

"We have the venue, we have the date, and we have many of the big things," the Czech model told Us Weekly at a dinner event in NYC Friday. "It's actually really enjoyable because we have enough time to plan it. We are planning everything together -- it's not just me planning. Right now we are preparing invitations and we will send them within the next couple of weeks."

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She's even said yes to the dress!

"My dress will be done by Marchesa. That's going to be beautiful," beamed the 31-year-old beauty.

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The wedding is due to take place in England, where Belman is from, in June 2012. Nemcova revealed that much like the rest of Hollywood, the pair has picked a theme for the 150-guest affair.

"The whole wedding will be 1950s inspired, but that's all I can say," the bride-to-be hinted. "There's rock-and-roll 50s, there's Grace Kelly 50s and Hollywood 50s. I'm not saying which one yet, but overall, one of the 50s. It's fun and sophisticated."

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The tsunami survivor and Belman, 26, were together for eight months before announcing their engagement in January. Nemcova's former fiance, photographer Simon Atlee, was killed in the 2004 tsunami in Thailand.

And now that she's found love again, the blonde beauty can't wait to tie the knot.

"Planning something very exciting together with your partner [is the best]. And I adore that he's very down to earth and real," she told Us.

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