Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani aren’t even engaged yet, but there have been tons of reports about the couple’s rumored wedding. On Friday, Stefani and Shelton reached a milestone in their whirlwind romance: making it to their one-year anniversary.

That same day, Us Weekly reported that the No Doubt singer and “The Voice” judge were “starting to finalize” their supposed nuptials. According to the outlet, Shelton and Stefani met with vendors in hopes of tying the knot “before the end of the year.”

Us Weekly provided no further details about the rumored ceremony, however People magazine previously reported that Shelton and his girlfriend have definitely discussed getting hitched. “Rumors are circulating in their circle that they’ve begun preparations for a wedding,” a source told the outlet. “There’s no date set, but they’re planning ahead and having fun talking about it.”

To help them get things on track for their big day, Shelton and Stefani have reportedly hired celebrity event planner Jerri Woolworth. TMZ reported in August that the lovey-dovey couple tasked Woolworth with planning out their future ceremony.

While wedding rumors continue to swirl around the “Sangria” singer and Stefani, they are remaining tight-lipped about whether the endless reports hold any truth to them. During an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” Stefani was asked when she would be getting married to Shelton. “Oh you’re crazy,” Stefani told DeGeneres giggling. “I’ll let you know.”

For now, Shelton and Stefani’s wedding is just a rumor but one thing is certain about the couple: their love for each other. On Tuesday, the “Make Me Like You” singer dished on her romantic life, telling Glamour for their “Women of the Year” edition that Shelton was an “unexpected gift” while she was going through her divorce from Gavin Rossdale.

“He was a friend to me when I needed a friend,” she said, admitting that they come from “two different cultures.” She added: “But there are similarities, in things that we love and our morals. But it’s really fun when you can learn about so many new things and share those differences.”