Sandra Bullock, Ryan Reynolds Planning Small Wedding in Texas

Ceremony is believed to take place sometime in the following months

By on September 22nd, 2011 10:45 GMT

Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock are dead-serious about their relationship, even if they’re not yet ready to go public with it, a new report in Star claims. The two are now planning a small wedding in Texas.

What’s more, it will take place a few months from now, after Sandra and Ryan sat down and had “the talk” about their future – and apparently decided that walking down the aisle would be best for them, Hollywood Life reports.

Having been friends for many years before they became romantically involved (allegedly), both actors know that, this time, they can’t possibly fail at marriage as they did in their respective previous relationships.

Contrary to what he’s been saying in interviews about not wanting to get married again so soon after the divorce from Scarlett Johansson, it was Ryan who brought it up to Sandra, after going on vacation with her and her adopted son Louis.

“Ryan told her he was ready to tie the knot whenever she wants,” a tipster reveals for the mag.

Sandra didn’t take long to think it through, the insider goes on to explain. She looked at her son and then at Ryan, and knew it was the right thing to do, even if she’s still afraid she might get her heart broken like she did with Jesse James.

“And after seeing how quickly she’s bonded with baby Louis, she decided she’s ready to pull the trigger, too,” the insider says.

They’re already making wedding plans – and they know exactly what kind of ceremony they want.

“So they started discussing the logistics of pulling off a low-key, barefoot wedding that would reflect their laid-back lifestyle,” explains the same source.

“The wedding will be small with only 25 guests, Sandra’s son Louis will be the best man the pair will feed the party with BBQ from Sandra’s favorite restaurant in Austin,” Hollywood Life writes.

Even though it claims to have all these details, the e-zine fails to pinpoint a date for the alleged event. 

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