Lauren Conrad Wedding Date: MTV Star to Wed William Tell In Fall 2014?

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(PHOTO) Instagram: @LaurenConradLauren Conrad and William Tell

Lauren Conrad reportedly wants to walk down the aisle during the fall of 2014, a new report claims.

The former "The Hills" star, 27, announced her engagement to William Tell, 33, on Oct. 13 and she recently began wedding planning. While she is excited about her big day, a source claims Conrad is eager to enjoy her engagement and is yet to set an exact date.

"She wants to take her time and enjoy the process," an alleged friend of Conrad's told Us magazine with another adding "Lauren would like to get married next year, possible in the early fall."

Conrad first began dating the University of Southern California law student in 2012 and the pair reportedly moved in together in September. The reality TV star turned lifestyle blogger is reportedly sharing the task of wedding planning with her future spouse.

"[He] will have a lot to do with the music. She wants Will to share his opinions," the source said. "She's not going to be a bridezilla!"

(Photo: Instagram/Lauren Conrad)Lauren Conrad shared a photo on Instagram.

The former reality TV star is believed to have chosen her best friend Lo Bosworth as one of her bridesmaids however it is unclear whether any of her other former MTV costars will be invited to her big day.

On Thursday reports claimed Conrad's former best friend Audrina Patridge had not been invited and a source revealed that invitations have not been finalized.

"No invites have been sent as there isn't a date yet, so how can Audrina be invited to an event that isn't even set?!" a source told

Conrad and Tell, who is a former guitarist and backing vocalist for the group Something Corporate, are said to be determined to keep their big day drama-free. The guest list will be limited and the event will have tight security.

"Inviting everyone she's ever worked with is also a no-no ... She doesn't want any drama," an alleged friend of Conrad's told Life & Style magazine.

"She wants to control how information gets out," the source continued. "She's even thinking of banning cell phones from the ceremony!"