<p><span></span>The Grammys are known as the music industry's biggest night, but on Jan. 31, all country superstar <strong>Carrie Underwood</strong> seemed to be thinking of was her big day. When asked on the red carpet whether she and pro hockey player <strong>Mike Fisher</strong>, who got engaged in December, have set a date yet, Carrie excitedly replied, "Not officially; we're kind of bouncing a few around." She also reported that her mother and Mike's mom had just met for the first time. "His parents live in Canada and mine live in Oklahoma," she explained. "They got to hang out. I think they're both very excited," she said recently.<br />
Consider the groom equally revved up. Days earlier, when talking to Life & Style via phone from his room at the Ritz-Carlton in Boston on Jan. 22, Mike shared three points he and Carrie have already agreed on. "It's going to be a good size wedding with plenty of good food and an open bar," he told Life & Style. "But nothing too overblown. It's still in the planning stages, so a lot of the details haven't been finalized." He admitted that his fiancée would be handling most of the specifics. "As you might expect, Carrie's involved in a lot of the details," he said, adding with a laugh, "I'll just be showing up."
Carrie already has a clear idea of how she wants to look when she and Mike tie the knot. Her dream dress? "I want it to be pretty traditional," she's explained. "I think I want flowers on it -- not real flowers. [The designer will] probably be someone I've worked with before." Is someone already sewing away? "We can't even think about her wedding yet," Carrie's stylist, Trish Townsend, told Life & Style on Feb. 1. "We just got through the Grammys. Next is the Super Bowl -- she's singing the national anthem." Roberto de Villacis, who designed one of Carrie's looks for the 2009 Country Music Awards and dressed the star for the video of her 2009 hit "Cowboy Casanova," says he'd be thrilled to do the honors. "I love designing for Carrie," De Villacis tells Life & Style. "Since meeting her, I've been thinking about her wedding dress. Carrie's sweet, feminine, romantic. I'd propose a glamorous Southern-belle gown in French Chantilly lace with a floral pattern. She's petite, so the best silhouette would be a long and lean flute."
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