Talking exclusively to OK! Online at The Beauty Awards 2017 with OK! the couple revealed: “We’re super happy, and when you know you know. Some people may say it’s rushed but personally, it’s the right time.”
Jess and Dom’s wedding may be a small setting, but the pair are going to extreme lengths with their first dance, hiring Strictly Come Dancing legend Karen Hardy to train them.
Sharing the news on Twitter, Dom wrote: “Today has been eye opening , safe to say me and @Jessica_Rose_UK need to get practicing. Thank you @karen_hardy,” while Jess shared: “En route to @Karen_Hardy for our wedding dance lessons @_DomLever let’s see who the better dancer is.”
Here’s everything you need to know about the pair’s big day, from wedding dresses, Love Island guests and venue.
Dom Lever’s proposal
Jess revealed exclusively to OK! magazine how Dom kept things traditional and got down on one knee.
She said: “I was grinning like the cheshire cat when Dom got down on one knee!”
Jess Shears’ wedding dress
Jessica revealed the designer she wants for her bridal gown.
Taking to Instagram with creations from Berta, Jess wrote: “I need to get married in a @berta @musebyberta dress, been dreaming about them for years.”
While they first joked of having their wedding in the Love Island villa, the pair have opted for a very small and intimate ceremony.
Talking to OK! Online, Jess and Dom revealed the place they have booked in Mykonos is only for 30 people.
Jess explained: “We’re taking a bit of a break for Christmas. We’re going to put it on hold for Christmas now, and then in February we’ll go to the venue, which is in Mykonos.”
Love Island wedding guests
While the pair first planned to invite a great deal of co-stars from Love Island to their wedding, the pair seem to have had a change of heart.
Due to the small venue in Mykonos, is appears the pair won’t be inviting many – if any – Love Island pals.
The couple said: “We’d like to [invite Love Island co-stars] but we’ve got our own friends as well.
“It’s a 30 person venue, so we’re going to try and keep it small, maybe one or two.”
However, Dom did explain: “We’re going to have a shindig back here as well, so if no one can make it out.”