"She had included her friends and seemed excited [about the nuptial planning process], a source told People. "[But recently she] said she needed to focus on work."
This is not the first time Jennifer Aniston's wedding has been postponed. In June, People also reported that the plans had slowed down, in part because of her and Theroux's busy schedules. So even though Aniston and Theroux have been engaged for more than a year, it does not look like the couple will walk down the aisle anytime soon.
"There are other priorities [besides marriage]," a source told the magazine. "They need to figure out a way to create a life that makes them both happy. [But] Jen can't wait to be [Justin's] wife."
Indeed, there are no signs that Jennifer Aniston's wedding is off for good. In July, Daily Mail reported that Theroux agreed to marry Aniston in California, which was apparently a major point of contention.
"Jen and Justin have gone back and forth on where to marry and whether to have a destination wedding so many times," a source said. "Jen has always made it clear L.A. was her first choice and Justin has compromised and agreed to marry in California. Justin's reservations with L.A. are well known, and he wanted to marry on the East Coast where his friends and much of his family is based, where he proposed to Jen and where he feels most comfortable."
Jennifer Aniston is not just putting her wedding on hold, either. The actress reportedly has put aside the idea of having children, for now.
"There was a lot of baby talk in the past, but she is not focused on it," the People source continued. "She's aware her age makes it more difficult. Her attitude is, 'If it happens, great, but if it doesn't, it wasn't meant to be.'"