Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom Are ‘Still Figuring Out’ How Flashy Their Wedding Will Be

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Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom

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Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom got engaged on Valentine’s Day, surrounded by red heart balloons. But maybe don’t expect a similarly over-the-top romantic wedding from these two. People reports that Perry and Bloom are still figuring out just how extravagant versus low-key their future nuptials will be.

A source close to Bloom told the outlet that Perry and Bloom are “slowly planning their wedding,” but “they don’t have a date yet.” They’re also still deciding what their ceremony is going to be like.

“Their past weddings [Perry’s to ex-husband Russell Brand and Bloom’s to ex-wife Miranda Kerr] were, of course, very different,” adds the Bloom source. “They are trying to find a middle ground now.” People notes that Bloom had a “intimate” wedding to Kerr in 2010, while Perry had a more extravagant ceremony in India to Brand that same year.

Bloom in particular isn’t really a big wedding guy. “Orlando always shied away from anything flashy,” People‘s Bloom source explained. “He doesn’t want a huge, celebrity wedding. But they also have many friends that are important to them. They are still figuring out the details. Katy will work with a planner.”

When the two got engaged, they shared matching Instagrams featuring Perry’s vintage flower diamond ring. “Full bloom,” she captioned hers. “Lifetimes,” Bloom captioned his.

That ring is reportedly worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, although estimations from ring experts have ranged from $5 million to just over $20,000.

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