Kaitlyn Bristowe is the next Bachelorette bride expected to walk down the aisle and say “I do” to fiancé Shawn Booth – but it wouldn’t be a happily ever after without celebrity wedding planner Mindy Weiss!
After planning weddings for Trista and Ryan Sutter, Ashley and J.P. Rosenbaum, and Sean and Catherine Lowe, Weiss is Bachelor nation’s go-to wedding planner, as she hopes to add Bristowe and Booth to her list of growing clients.
“I feel really good about them,” Weiss said of if she thinks the couple will tie the knot. “I think her being so honest from the beginning got rid of all the wondering. I think he is very committed and I think they make a really beautiful couple.”
But just because Weiss hasn’t been booked to plan the wedding of the year just yet, doesn’t mean she doesn’t have a vision for the special day!
“I would actually go in a different direction and make it bohemian,” she said of how she would plan the wedding if chosen. “I think that she has a very interesting style and her look is very unique, mixing lace and maybe a little color.”
Weiss even had tips for her dress, as she wants to see the former dance instructor continue to bare her back!
“If you notice on the show, she wore a lot of deep, backless, kind of sexy clothing,” she explained. “You would see that in her wedding gown as well.”
If Bristowe and Booth do opt for Weiss, they’ll be in good hands, as her former clients also include Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson, Fergie and Josh Duhamel, Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan and more.
Working with Hollywood A-listers, she admitted that she has yet to come in contact with a bridezilla.
“Celebrities are very good with their time,” she explained. “They don’t have a lot of time so they’re very respectful of time. I have never had a celebrity bridezilla.”
When Weiss isn’t planning weddings, she’s working on her upcoming jewelry line, Mindy Weiss Jewelry, and designing online invitations for Wedding Paper Divas.
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