It happens to many, even Oscar winners like Jennifer Lawrence. The Dark Phoenix actress has been slowly opening up about her upcoming nuptials to Cooke Maroney, a tale that’s included a flurry of highlights—with a few, added stressful moments too.
Lawrence opened up to Catt Sadler on her podcast this week about the wedding planning process. “I’ve been in a good place,” she noted when she was asked about whether she was “nervous” about the upcoming day.
“I haven’t been neurotic about it. I’m like too lazy to be neurotic,” she added. “I saw a dress I liked and I was like, ‘That’s the dress.’ I saw a venue and I was like, ‘Cool, we got a venue.’”
There has been, however, one moment that prompted some pre-wedding emotions. “Yesterday was my only bridezilla moment because I cried,” she recalled. “I thought I didn’t want to have a bachelorette party, and then last minute I decided I did. Then nobody was available because it was last minute, and then I started crying.”
“I was like, ‘I don’t even know why I’m crying. I didn’t know that I wanted a bachelorette party.’ I guess I just feel pathetic,” she recalled. “Maybe I’m nervous about being in New Orleans, do you know how many ghost stories they have? …That was my one moment.”
She decided to ultimately reschedule her bachelorette for a more favorable time period. “It was too last minute. People travel, they’re out of town,” she continued. Plus, there was an upside for Lawrence, who admitted she was “really nervous about going to New Orleans” due to supposed supernatural activity.
“I didn’t know I wanted it until yesterday,” she added. “My friend was like, ‘Welcome to being a bride.’”
Along with the bachelorette, Lawrence said a few sweet things about her future husband. At the beginning of the podcast, Sadler noted that the couple’s mundane activities have become headlines. “Walking in the rain stayed in the headlines a lot longer than I had expected,” Lawrence cracked about recent images that showed the couple in the rain.
“He’s the greatest human being I’ve ever met. He really is, and he gets better,” she said of her fiance. “He’s the greatest person I’ve ever met, so I feel very honored to become a Maroney.”