The big day is taking place on September 9 at the Beverly Hills Hotel. “I have a lot of family history at the hotel," Josh told ET. "My grandparents were regular customers of the hotel and I learned to love it when I was a young child."
MDLLA fans watched Josh propose to Bobby with a surprise flash mob at the Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris last season. "When you know, you know, and when you just feel it's right, you feel it's right. The first date we had, real date, I knew that I wanted to marry him," Josh told The Daily Dish last November. "My parents were engaged at three months and are married for 34-plus years, so it does happen sometimes. Some people get engaged and wait and get married three, five years later, then get divorced the next day. So with him, I knew he was the one for me. And so I wanted to get engaged."
Josh and Bobby's big day is already shaping up to be quite the elegant affair, not that we would expect anything less. Josh told ET that he's got to have white flowers, good music and great food at their wedding.
But it hasn't all been smooth sailing for the couple when it comes to wedding planning. “Bobby wanted a small wedding. I wanted a big one. We had to both make compromises," Josh said. "Wedding planning is not an easy task, but when it’s over and the day comes, I plan on it being the best day of my life."
Many familiar faces are set to witness Josh and Bobby's nuptials. The MDLLA agent told ET that he has invited James Harris, David Parnes, Kyle Richards and her husband Mauricio Umansky, Sonja Morgan, Eden Sassoon, jeweler to the stars Neil Lane and comedy writer Bruce Vilanch to his wedding.
Josh has big plans for his honeymoon, too. Find out his dream destination, below.