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"Vanderpump Rules" fans have watched Tom Schwartz and Katie Maloney's relationship unfold on the last four seasons of the hit Bravo reality show -- but whether or not they see the actual wedding is still up in the air!

Though they wouldn't be the first "Vanderpump" couple to say "I do" on national television -- Katie's SUR coworker Scheana Maria beat her to it during season three when she married Michael Shay -- the happy pair haven't decided if their nuptials will be up for public consumption.

Regardless of whether the 'Vanderpump' cameras would be rolling or not, Katie spoke to E! News at a pre-MTV Movie Awards party and emphasized that the duo will be "happy to" share their day with their fans. Their courtship's ups and downs and Tom's adorable proposal have all been chronicled on the show.

Katie spilled that she has a "horse before the carriage situation" going on when it comes to planning. The reality star and SUR Server already bought a wedding dress, before even pinning down a place or a date to wed.

"We've narrowed down some locations and we have a ballpark of when it's going to happen," Katie shared with E!. "It's going to be late [summer], like early fall time."

Though there aren't many specifics yet, back in January Tom and Katie stopped by "Watch What Happens Live" dished on which "Vanderpump" stars would not be getting an invite. Among those that won't see the two walk down the aisle? Lala Kent and James Kennedy, who stirred up the most trouble on season four of the show. One guest who will be in attendance and might be a surprise to viewers -- Stassi Schroeder. Katie's former best friend, who then turned into a frenemy, will be at the big event.

Aside from the guest list, the happy couple have also put thought into what type of wedding they will be having. "As much as getting married is traditional in itself, as far as wedding goes or what traditionally happens at weddings, we're not going to go all the way with that," Katie shared with E! News. "We're going to tailor it to our personalities."