“Angelina isn’t so bothered about when they tie the knot — it’s Brad who is piling on the pressure," a source told The Sun. “He wants the main house to be finished when the event takes place, even though the close friends and relatives who are invited aren’t the types to care."
The couple announced their plans to finally wed in April after seven years and five children. Both are divorced, which made the pair understandably nervous about making it official, They insisted they'd marry once it was legal for everyone to do so.
Brad co-designed the engagement ring with Robert Procop, so its no small wonder he's micromanaging the ceremony, as well.
Angie's cousin, Martin Poucher, opened up to another outlet, saying the affair will be supersmall and very intimate, with many blood relatives not even present.
"Trust me, there will be no wedding invitation," he said, with a rumored invite list containing only about 20 guests. “The family has joked about who will be invited.”