Julianne Hough has yet to pin down a number of important details regarding her wedding, but she’s got some very specific ideas about what the overall vibe of her big day will be. The “Dancing With the Stars” judge has been engaged to hockey star Brooks Laich since August 2015 and it’s going to be a while before they say their I Dos.

Speaking to Us Weekly, Hough admitted that she and Laich are “totally behind” in their planning. The pair have decided that, while they assumed they’d be done planning in a year, they may take one more to iron out the details. Still, they’ve made a few decisions. For example, Hough, 28, said she’d decided exactly what attendees will smell at her nuptials.

“It will probably be outdoors because we’re such outdoorsy people, so I want it to smell woodsy, fresh with florals and campfire-esque,” she said.

Planning isn’t the only thing this “DWTS” diva has been up to ahead of her and Laich’s big day. On Nov. 22, Hough posted a photo from behind-the-scenes at the American Music Awards, revealing to fans another bit of wedding prep she’s been working on. In the photo she can be seen attempting to use a toilet while wearing a rather large ballgown. Hough joked that she was “preppin’ for the weddin’” in her caption.

Hough and Laiche’s relaxed approach to wedding planning has led to the spread of rumors regarding the status of their relationship. At one point, OK! Magazine reported that the wedding was off — a claim the “DWTS” judge later set straight. She told Entertainment Tonight that a date had been set, though she declined to reveal when it was.

While many soon-to-be-married couples rush through the process to get to the finish line, Hough has been clear about her and Laich’s mutual desire to enjoy the ride. During a red carpet interview with E! Online at the 2016 Emmy nominees reception, she shared that she and her future hubby were having a lot of “fun” planning their wedding and wanted to avoid feeling too much pressure.

“It’s fun, but we’re still just enjoying the process of being engaged because we’re never going to be here again,” Hough said. “We kind of started to plan and we’re like, ‘Eh! Let’s just enjoy it instead and not feel pressured to start planning already.’ So we’re just picking up little tidbits here and there but not really focusing on it too hardcore.”