Sean Lowe's father and his fiancé Catherine Giudice confirmed that the planning for the upcoming televised wedding has begun.
On Oct. 28, Giudici shared a picture of a wedding gown on Twitter. The split photo shows a J. Mendel wedding gown worn by a model with another picture of a sequins heart next to it. She later deleted the tweet.
Lowe's father Jay Lowe confirmed she went gown shopping recently. He also said the planning for the couple's nuptials is "full steam ahead."
He revealed that his wife Sherry Lowe went bridal gown shopping with Giudici last week.
"My wife Sherry was in LA last week with Catherine and her mother shopping for a wedding dress," Jay slipped to Mail Online. "Sherry said it was a picture perfect day as they had tons of fun and tried on some beautiful dresses."
He also disclosed that ABC has already begun filming for the upcoming event which will broadcast live on the network.
"The production company was at our house last week shooting interviews with the family," the Texas native shared. He said Sean's siblings provided interviews for the b-roll footage that will air next year.
"Sherry, Shay, Andrew, Kensington and Smith - we were all taped asking Sean and Catherine about the wedding, discussing details and getting more and more excited about the big day."
Jay couldn't contain his feelings for his future daughter-in-law, he said he feels "blessed" that she will become part of the family.
Sean's father told MailOnline in a previous interview that the couple will have three events ahead of their televised wedding.
"We have hundreds of people involved with getting these three major events under way in preparation for their January wedding," Jay told MailOnline. "We have at least two bridal showers under way. We have a third party too that my wife is planning, you would have to ask her about that. But for certain we have a lot of festivities in the works."
Sean and Giudici announced the date for their upcoming nuptials on Good Morning America last month. They revealed that they are set to walk down the aisle on Jan. 26, 2014. It will be the first Bachelor wedding to air live.