Why Jenny McCarthy Will Not Wear White at Her Wedding

PHOTO: Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg on June 21, 2014 in New York City.

Jenny McCarthy has a clear idea of what she wants her wedding dress to look like.

However, she hasn't quite picked it out yet.

"Gucci is still in the running and there are two other designers also in the running now and I can't remember the names. My stylist said, 'Please, please consider a very feminine designer!'" she told E! News. "I didn't want to go with the styles of Vera Wang—I feel like its been so done. It's my second wedding and with me being older, I don't want to look like a virgin bride. I want to look classy and elegant and age appropriate."

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So, with that sentiment in mind, McCarthy, who got engaged to Donnie Wahlberg in April, said she's ruled out white and pink gowns "so that leaves us with a few more colors in the rainbow."

She also hopes to look more conservative than she has in the past.

"I don't want to be too busty in my wedding dress. I think when brides are too busty it takes away from the beauty of the bride," she said. "It will be form fitting, but not too over done."

However, one thing "The View" co-host is sure about is who she wants to perform at her wedding reception. Following a ceremony which she promises will be "very, very special" and inclusive of the couple's children, McCarthy said she hopes Wahlberg will perform with New Kids On the Block.

"[Wahlberg] said, 'I just hope everyone can come to the wedding with everyone's crazy schedules,'" she said, adding that she also hopes John Legend will make an appearance. "We don't have Kim and Kanye's money and our wedding is not extravagant, but we have a lot of heart and a lot of soul and I hope [he will] take us up on our offer to perform at our wedding."

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