Lea Michele is starting her wedding planning on Pinterest, as she has no time to make any real decisions on the big day just yet.
Lea Michele is starting her wedding planning on Pinterest.
The 31-year-old actress and singer is gearing up to tie the knot with Zandy Reich after revealing their engagement just over a month ago, and although she's battling a hectic touring schedule, she has said she's been using photo moodpboard website Pinterest to help her come up with inspiration for her nuptials.
She told People magazine: ''Right now, I'm really focused on this tour. But I'm also slowly looking at Pinterest and finding things I like and that excited me. It's a really incredible time. I'm so grateful and really excited for everything.
''I honestly have to say I think just getting married is probably the best - and celebrating with all of my friends and family.''
Her comments come after she previously revealed she was slowly chipping away at her wedding planning, and said it was her ''priority'' to start putting things together for the big day.
The former 'Glee' star said: ''It doesn't feel real yet. I'm definitely thinking about [wedding planning]! I'm a busy person and I feel like you have to make it a priority because if you don't, there's always stuff that's going to come and get in the way and take your time and attention. I try to make sure I try to carve out a little bit of time every day to just chip away at some planning.''
Lea also recently admitted she knew Zandy was ''the one'' when she realised her father liked him more than he liked her.
Asked how she knew he was the one, she said: ''I think when I realised my father potentially liked him more than me. I really think that's when I realised he was the one!''
But despite knowing he's the love of her life, Lea still thought Zandy was joking when he popped the question.
Showing off her new four-carat elongated radiant cut diamond engagement ring, she said: ''I was so surprised, I kept saying, 'Stop joking around, stop joking around!' I keep thinking [the ring] is borrowed and I have to give it back at some point.''
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