Matthew Morrison and Renee Puente are planning to get married in 2015 because they want to take their time perfecting the preparations for their big day.
Matthew Morrison is planning to get married in 2015.
The 'Glee' star has predicted he won't tie the knot with his fiancée model Renee Puente - who he proposed to in June - for another two years because he wants to take his time with the preparations in order to make sure it's the perfect ceremony.
Speaking to People magazine, he said: ''It's [the wedding] is going good. We're a little way off. Probably not until like 2015, so we're just taking our time. But we're well into it.''
However, the 34-year-old actor has decided the event will be filled with lots of music and will be very theatrical because he wants everyone to enjoy themselves.
He explained: ''I want my wedding to kind of be a bunch of performances. I want all my friends to get up and sing. I have very musical friends so I just want it to be a fun night where everyone just, you know they want to step up to the mic and sing a song.''
Matthew previously revealed he can't wait to wed Renee, but admitted they may have to wait a few years before they start a family.
Asked if he will marry the singer/songwriter, he said: ''I hope so, then maybe working on kids. Who knows? I've always wanted to have children, but when the holidays are here and I'm around kids more, I'm like; do I really want a kid?
''It's great to be able to enjoy them and then I'm like, OK, bye! Although when I'm 80 years old, I'm going to want kids and grandkids. That would be awesome.''
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