While the singer is busy preparing for her new role as a coach on The Voice, Grande is also gearing up for her walk down the aisle, which will be nothing short of a can't-miss event.
"Ariana has started putting together her wedding plans with fiancé Dalton Gomez, and it is going to be massive,” a source tells OK!. "The couple is looking towards the end of the year when they hope COVID-19 restrictions have eased up.
"Her brother Frankie and her mom are helping her with planning a fairytale wedding," the source continues. Another insider notes Grande's dream wedding would be complete with Barbra Streisand performing at the celebratory event.
Grande has kept her relationship with her handsome hunk on the down low — after confirming she was off the market last May when they were featured in Grande and Justin Bieber’s “Stuck With U” music video — however, the world will eagerly be awaiting details from their special day.
“Since getting engaged in December, Ariana made the choice to keep her relationship out of the spotlight. [Dalton] is very private but understands that she is one of the most famous pop stars in the world,” a friend explains. “He also knows she is one of the most fashionable people in the world and is expecting her wedding dress to be as amazing as she is.”
Insiders add that their wedding day will be a star-studded event with the likes of the Biebers, Nicki Minaj, Meghan Trainor, Miley Cyrus, Jimmy Fallon and Camila Cabello on the guest list along with her fellow The Voice coaches, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Blake Shelton.
OK! previously reported Grande was first linked to Gomez last February and made their relationship Instagram official in June. Since then, the Victorious alum has offered glimpses into her whirlwind romance with Gomez, gushing over her happy life with her new man — after she and Pete Davidson called off their short-lived engagement in October 2018.
Most recently, Grande shared a snap of her and Gomez wrapped up in each other's arms, while another photo showed the engaged couple in a moonlight embrace.
"!!! my heart my person !!! thank u so much for being u," she captioned the romantic snaps over the weekend.
Maybe Grande will put some of her paycheck from The Voice towards her monumental day, as OK! sources revealed she is set to receive between $20-$25 million for joining the show. The "Stuck with U" singer announced on Tuesday, March 30, that she'll be taking over Nick Jonas' spot as one of the coaches for season 21 of the beloved singing show.
While Jonas won't be on the show with Grande, we're sure he'll snatch up an invite to the A-list celebration.