Snooki has officially started planning her wedding after being booted off 'Dancing with the Stars'.
Snooki has officially started planning her wedding.
The former 'Jersey Shore' star - whose real name is Nicole Polizzi - got engaged to her fiance, Jionni LaValle, with whom she has a 13-month-old son Lorenzo, last year and finally has time to organise their nuptials after being booted off 'Dancing with the Stars'.
The 25-year-old brunette posted a picture of herself holding a notebook and a pen on Instagram on Wednesday (06.11.13) with the caption: ''Got my little notebook, starting to plan my wedding today.''
The petite star recently revealed she wants to write her own wedding vows.
She said: ''I would love to write my own vows. I just have to convince Jionni, 'cause I don't think he wants to.
''We want to get married sometime next year. No date set yet, and it will probably be in Jersey.
''I have no idea what my dress will be like. It won't be leopard like everyone thinks--that's for my bridesmaids. I've started to look, and I love open back dresses with maybe a big bow on the butt. I honestly have no idea, but whatever I find is going to be so elegant but gaudy at the same time. You can have the best of both worlds!''
The couple put their wedding on hold at the beginning of this year, as they wanted to wait until their dream home in New Jersey was complete.
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