Winter Wedding For Katherine Heigl?

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The lovely Katherine Heigl and her fiancé, Josh Kelley, are planning a winter wonderland theme for their upcoming wedding, tentatively planned for next winter that's 2007, in case it wasn't clear earlier.

The singer approves of the winter theme.

"It was Katherine's first idea. Once she started talking about it and what it would look like, I was set," Josh Kelley said.

The Grey's Anatomy star is equally excited, but needs to make it through another set of nuptials first - her sister's.

"Maybe some horses, sleigh bells. My sister is getting married this coming October, so we're doing that one first and planning hers. I get to kind of learn that way!"

It's great to see Katherine, who was recently nominated for a Golden Globe award for Best Supporting Actress, is doing as well in her personal life as she is professionally. We wish her nothing but the best!

Katherine Heigl, Josh Kelley

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congrats Katherine and Josh, hope it goes the way you want it too. remember as long as you love eachother nothing else matters.

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I always wanted a winter wedding. With whites and reds and icy blues. Siiiiiiigh. ;-)

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A winter wonderland wedding sounds lovely. You are right. How nice when your life is going to well both personally and professionally.

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I'm glad for Katie!

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