Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have reportedly put a halt on wedding plans and a source has cited "other priorities" as the reason behind the alleged postponement.
The former "Friends" star, 44, was reportedly in the process of narrowing down wedding dresses ahead of her scheduled big day, however their plans are reportedly on hold for now. Theroux proposed to Aniston in August 2012.
"Wedding bands were designed and Jen was deciding on a dress," a source allegedly told People magazine adding that the couple initially hoped to wed in the Spring, however "wedding talk has stopped."
The pair, who met on the set of the 2012 film "Wanderlust," has reportedly been more focused on renovating their 8,500-square-foot Bel Air mansion, which is valued at $21 million.
"There are other priorities [besides marriage]," said a source who knows the couple professionally.
Aniston and Theroux reportedly planned on hosting their nuptials at the Bel Air estate in coming weeks, however there is reportedly a delay in renovations. The pair is allegedly not seeing eye-to-eye with wedding plans.
"Jennifer called Justin in tears about the house but his attitude was, 'What will be will be,' which wasn't helpful. Justin is tired of wedding talk and sick of hearing her complain. But Jen needs help and isn't getting any from him," a source told Star magazine.
"Every time she tries to bring up the house and the wedding he shuts her down and changes the subject," the source added.
Aniston recently alluded to the alleged stress of her wedding planning in an interview with E! News. The Hollywood couple is yet to publicly confirm whether they have a wedding date.
"No, I don't," Aniston told E! News when asked if she had a wedding gown picked out yet. "[Wedding planning] might make me crazy!"