Olivia Wilde doesn’t have much planned yet for her upcoming wedding to fiance Jason Sudeikis. But the bride-to-be does have one thing decided: location!
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone actress chatted with reporters at a Half the Sky Movement: The Game Launch event at No. 8 in NYC on Monday, March 4 about her upcoming nuptials — and how little she’s done for it.
“I don’t know. I wish I knew,” she said of her lack of plans. “Right now, I’m just enjoying being engaged.”
Wilde, 28, and Sudeikis, 37, became engaged in early January after a year of dating. “New York wedding would be ideal,” said the actress, who lives with her fiance in an NYC apartment. “I don’t know. I haven’t had time to think about it.”
She’s still unsure about her wedding dress and doesn’t have “any ideas” for the honeymoon either, but said “we’re very happy.”
“We’ve been too busy but we’re very lucky to be busy so –- that’s the other side of it,” Wilde explained. (One project Wilde has been working on is a second documentary for the Half The Sky charity. “I’m going to produce that,” she told Us.)
It will be the second marriage for both. Wilde divorced filmmaker Tao Ruspoli in 2011 after eight years of marriage, and Sudeikis ended his six-year marriage to writer Kay Cannon in 2010.
“He finally found the one that made him want to commit,” a source told Us in January. “Everyone is happy for them.”