Rose McGowan will tie the knot with her fiance Davey Detail at a former nunnery on October 12th and is planning to wear a wedding dress by Oscar de la Renta.
Rose McGowan will tie the knot at a former nunnery next month.
The former 'Charmed' actress - who was previously set to marry Marilyn Manson - got engaged to her artist boyfriend Davey Detail in July and the couple are in the final stages of planning their intimate nuptials and honeymoon.
The 39-year-old beauty told UsMagazine.com: ''We're getting married October 12th at a mansion. It used to be a nunnery, so it's perfect for me. As everyone knows, I am a nun!
''I'm having a New Orleans swing band -- a brass band from New Orleans. I found them on the street.''
The couple are only inviting close family to their special day.
Rose said: ''I have eight brothers and sisters and a massive family. That takes care of it. That's everybody. That's it.''
The actress will walk down the aisle in an Oscar de la Renta wedding dress and is excited to celebrate their honeymoon in Tahiti.
She said: ''I've never been. I've always dreamed of having one of those little huts over the water.''
Rose was previously engaged to 'Beautiful People' rocker Marilyn, but she ended their three-and-a-half year relationship in 2001 citing a ''lifestyle difference''.
She was also set to wed her 'Grindhouse' director Robert Rodriguez after they began a relationship while filming the movie in 2007 but they split in October 2009.
The actress has no doubt Davey, whom she has been dating for more than a year, is the man for her.
She said: ''He's magic. He's made me a better woman. And I've made him a better man!''
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