Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have reportedly pushed their wedding date back a few months.
The happy couple aren't bothered by the delay and are apparently looking to turn their annual Christmas celebration into their nuptials.
The two have been bombarded by work and don't have time to plan their big day - and they don't feel the need to rush it.
A source told Mail Online: "There's a slight chance they'll do something very small in next few months but Justin has told friends they may now just wait until their annual Christmas party and turn that into a wedding at home in Los Angeles."
There were already rumours that the pair had been setting up their home to hold the ceremony.
Jen, 44, is currently promoting for her latest film, We Are The Millers, and is about to start her next project.
Justin has also got his plate full, with a starring role in HBO's The Leftovers, which is based on the book by Tom Perrotta.
A friend told the Mail: "Justin is so happy about getting the HBO series, it's something he feels passionate about and Jen's so proud of him."
While the pair of them are so busy, wedding plans are being put on the back burner.
The friend added: "Jen wants something big so all their friends can come and celebrate with them and she's prepared to wait until she has time.
"Justin's happy to do something smaller but he's content to defer to Jen on this one."
Even when they do choose the moment to get hitched, Jen and Justin won't be planning every minute detail.
Jen has made it clear she's not interested in becoming some sort of Bridezilla.
Asked back in April about her plans, she said: "I don't have a dress. I like to be very spontaneous."
Despite huge media attention and differing ideas about wedding specifics, the couple have been upfront about the focus being on their love for one another.