Mark Ballas is set to say "I do" this week.
Us Weekly is reporting that the former "Dancing With the Stars" pro will marry his songwriter fiancée Brittney Jean Carlson, aka, BC Jean on November 25.
Mark proposed to his lady before Thanksgiving 2015, so this time of the year is certainly special for them.
"They have been keeping their exciting news on the down-low as they wanted to celebrate and enjoy the holidays with close friends and family," the source told Us Weekly in January 2016 after BC stepped out with her engagement ring.
Mark and BC have been together since meeting in 2012 when they were both scheduled to perform at a singer/songwriter event (BC penned Beyonce's "If I Were a Boy.")
Although Mark didn't compete in the past season of the popular ABC show, which was won by Laurie Hernandez and Val Chmerkovskiy, he stayed busy as he performed as Frankie Valli in Broadway's "Jersey Boys."
Still, he was able to focus some attention on his upcoming nuptials.
"We tasted cake the other day. I was like, 'Wow! This is a thing!' We tried ten cakes and we were heavily into it and by the sixth one we were like … the bites were getting smaller and smaller and then of course we chose the first one we tried!" he told the celebrity magazine. "The first two months I was like, 'Wow, this is overwhelming.' … But it's been really cool."
If the wedding is anything like the proposal, BC is in for a treat.
Before getting down on on knee, the dance pro lined the driveway of their Los Angeles home with roses and violets and decorated the inside of the house in a Woodstock theme, outfitted in vintage rugs and "posters of all her favorite bands everywhere."
He told Access Hollywood at the time, that he used the fact that their home was under construction to lure her over.
"Our manager for our group called and said, 'Look, there's been a bit of a thing at the house, you need to go confirm something. Mark can't get over there,'" Mark said of his romantically devious plan.
"When she got in there I froze. My heart was pounding. I was cool as a cucumber all day. I've been on stages my whole life, and when she walked in the room I was thought, 'Whoa, here we go,'" he said. "So we kind of just held each other for a minute, and then I did the [one-knee] drop, I popped the question, she said yes. Everything went to plan and the way the house was decorated - it was just absolutely incredible."