Jennifer Aniston puts guests on standby
Los Angeles: Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux's won't send out invitations in advance, the guests will have to attend their wedding ceremony at a short notice.
The 44-year-old actress is reportedly set to marry Theroux and has told guests, including her mother Nancy Dow, who she was previously estranged from, to be prepared to attend the wedding as soon as she receives information about the whereabouts of the private celebration because the guests will only be given short notice.
"Indications are it's going to be a small, private affair with a few people. Guests have heard rumours about the wedding being held in Hawaii or Greece but most expect it to be staged in California. One person who has been told to expect a call is Aniston's mom Dow," Female First quoted a source as saying.
After being encouraged by Theroux, Aniston, who was previously married to Brad Pitt, has been rebuilding her relationship with her mother.
"John Melnick, Aniston's half-brother, is keeping Dow up to date with wedding preperations," said the source.
"Theroux believes strongly in family values and has managed to convince Aniston that, despite their differences in the past, her mother deserves a wedding invitation."
Other guests expected to attend their wedding are Jennifer's close pals Courtney Cox, Reese Witherspoon, Drew Barrymore, Chelsea Handler and Christine Taylor.
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