No wedding gifts for Jen and Justin

No wedding gifts for Jen and Justin

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux don't want wedding gifts.

The couple are expected to tie the knot later this month and have asked guests who will be invited to the intimate ceremony to make charity donations in lieu of buying them presents.

A source said: "Jen and Justin's wedding will be an intimate affair with close friends and family, and Jennifer's ex-husband Brad Pitt is definitely not on the guest list. They have also requested that instead of gifts, guests donate money to a children's hospice."

The pair are heavily involved in their wedding planning and are writing their own vows.

The source added: "The couple have also designed their own wedding rings with inscriptions inside. And they have written their own vows. It's going to be very romantic."

While Jennifer - who has decided not to have bridesmaids as her two closest friends Chelsea Handler and Courteney Cox don't get along - and Justin have their ceremony planned, they are still unsure where to go on honeymoon.

The source told Britain's Grazia magazine: "Justin has a house in Hawaii, so the island is very special to him, and Mexico is Jen's favourite place in the world.

"Paris is also special to them after they spent a very romantic and meaningful holiday there last year."

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