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Exclusive: Love and Theft’s Stephen Barker Liles Set to Wed Aug. 24

The couple plans on keeping it fairly intimate with just immediate family and some close friends.

Now that their son, Jett Barker Liles, is 4 months old, daddy/Love and Theft member Stephen Barker Liles and his fiancée, Jenna Kennedy, can put focus back into planning their wedding.

Stephen and Jenna reveal exclusively to Country Weekly that they are set to say “I do” on Sunday, Aug. 24, in Nashville. The couple plans on keeping it fairly intimate with just immediate family and some close friends in attendance.

“We’re really excited,” shares Stephen. “We’re just doing all family in the wedding, and then [Love and Theft’s Eric Gunderson’s] going to be on my side with my immediate family. Same thing with her. She’s got her best friends and her family.”

Most of the key pieces are already in place for their big day, including location for the ceremony and reception, as well as the music and Jenna’s dress.

“David Tutera hooked us up with a dress and invitations, so we’re so excited,” says the groom-to-be, beaming. “Dee Jay Silver’s going to DJ as our wedding gift. We are so grateful.”

As far as their destination following the exchanging of vows, Stephen and Jenna will slip away on a “miniature honeymoon,” but will save the big trip for September when they will be in Puerto Rico for a friend’s wedding and just stay for a extended visit.

Stay tuned to a future issue of Country Weekly for our exclusive at-home interview and photos with Stephen, Jenna and Jett, as well as Eric and his wife, Emily, and their 1-year-old son, Camden.

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