Ali Fedotowsky will be surrounded by a few famous friends when she finally says "I do."
ET's Lauren Zima, Deidre Behar and Katie Krause sat down with the former Bachelorette star for a Facebook Live interview on Tuesday, where she gave an update on her upcoming nuptials, and her pal Kaley Cuoco's new relationship!
"Kaley will be at the wedding, but not in the wedding party," Fedotowsky revealed, explaining that her wedding party will be comprised of just two people: her sister and best friend.
While the former reality star is keeping her wedding small (85 to 95 people), she's hoping Cuoco will show up with a plus one: her new boyfriend, Karl Cook.
"I have not met Karl, which I am so bummed about. But she is so smitten, and he, from what she's told me, treats her like the lovely woman that she is," she gushed. "She's super happy, and just hearing her talk about him, I truly feel like this guy is the guy for her. You know your friend, and when they meet someone that just they jive with, you know. It's so good to see her happy. When you get out of relationships, it's not always easy, so just to see her happy now, he just seems like the right guy for her, and I hate that I haven't met him!"
"So who knows, maybe I'll meet him at the wedding for the first time. But I hope I meet him before that," Fedotowsky added.
Cuoco won't be the only familiar face at the ceremony. The 32-year-old blogger revealed that a few members of Bachelor Nation have made the guest list, like Jillian Harris, Trista and Ryan Sutter, Andi Dorfman and Sean and Catherine Lowe, though she's not sure how many of them will be able to attend given her wedding's no kids policy.
As for when the wedding will take place, the new mother of one says she and fiancé Kevin Manno will be "getting married soon" -- and locally.
"It's always been my dream to do Mexico, so it is such a bummer with all the Zika stuff," she said. "We just didn’t think it was fair because so many of our friends are at that child-rearing age, so we felt like to ask them to go somewhere that could jeopardize their pregnancy, we couldn't do that."
While she had to compromise on her wedding venue, Fedowosky couldn't be happier with her dress, which she described as "not princess[esque]."
"I'm very excited about it! I tried on my dress for the first time a month postpartum, so I was like, ‘I should probably get at least a size smaller if not two,’ and the dress consultant was like, 'No, don’t overestimate how much weight you’re going to lose, you look fine now,'" she explained. "Sure enough, I go to try on my dress a couple of weeks ago because it finally came in, and it’s two sizes too big! So I'd gone down three sizes since I originally tried it on. And they're like, if you lose any more weight, we can’t alter the dress anymore -- you can only take it in two sizes!"
What Fedotowsky's 6-month-old daughter, Molly, will be wearing as flower girl is still up in the air.
"I'm actually currently searching online for a little wagon for my niece to bring her in down the aisle. I don’t know what she’s going to wear, I’m trying to find her a dress," she revealed, adding that her dog, Owen, will also be a part of the big day.
While Fedotowksy's still got a little while to go before tying the knot -- the ceremony will take place "in the first half of this year" -- she does have a few details ironed out, like writing her own vows, an open bar, live band, and a "great photography team."
But the most important part of saying "I do" is obviously her husband-to-be, who Fedotowsky couldn't help but gush about.
"He writes me notes in the morning and I love them. When I was pregnant, [he wrote one] every single morning. I saved all my weekly notes he'd write every week, like a special one. I'm going to do something with them eventually," she said, revealing that Manno also does the dishes, the laundry, and makes her breakfast in bed "pretty much" every weekend. "He's the best. I mean, it's so stupid how good he is to me. I don't deserve it."
As for the honeymoon, the blonde beauty says she'll just be "recovering" from the stress of wedding planning. "Even with a planner, it's so much work!" she confessed.
See more on Fedotowsky's road to the altar in the video below, and check out her blog at AliLuvs.com.