Sean Lowe, Catherine Giudici Wedding 'Probably Going to Be in Los Angeles'

Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici are reportedly more focused on wedding planning following the "Bachelor" star's recent elimination from "Dancing With The Stars."

The Christian entrepreneur, 29, revealed that while the couple is yet to set a wedding date, they have a location. Lowe is expected to wed Giudici, 26, in a televised wedding ceremony to air on the ABC network.

"It's probably going to be in LA," Sean told about the location.

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"If we do the televised wedding, which it looks like we will, it just makes more sense since that production crew is in the LA area and her family is in Seattle, mine is in Dallas," he continued. "LA is a good meeting point."

Lowe and Giudici, who is a graphic designer at Amazon, will become the fourth "Bachelor" franchise couple to wed on TV, following in the footsteps of others including "Bachelorette" star Trista Rehn and husband Ryan Sutter, who starred in "Trista & Ryan's Wedding." The model explained his decision to go ahead with a televised ceremony.

"My relationship developed on TV, so it almost would make sense to marry on TV," Lowe previously told Life & Style magazine.

Lowe, who proposed to Giudici during the season 17 "Bachelor" finale, also revealed that the couple plans on taking a pre-wedding honeymoon ahead of their nuptials.

"Catherine and I are going to take a vacation. I just want to chill out. Get away from my phone, from email, from everything and just lay on a beach for about a week," he said. "We just try to spend quality time together."

As for children, Lowe explained that he and Giudici intend to wait before starting a family. The couple will instead focus on travel.

"Catherine and I are both adventurous and want to travel, so we'll probably wait several years," he said.

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