The singer is set to tie the knot with Jordan 'Jutes' Lutes after the pair got engaged in December 2023
Demi Lovato knows what she wants when it comes to her wedding day.
On Wednesday, Lovato (who uses she/they pronouns) gave an update on the nuptials while speaking to PEOPLE at the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection Concert held at New York City's Jazz at Lincoln Center.
The "Cool for the Summer" hitmaker, 31 — who performed at the concert and fashion show, which brings awareness to women's heart health — said she has "definitely" started dress shopping and has a "clear vision" in terms of what she wants on her special day.
"I've been thinking about it and saving them to my Pinterest profile," Lovato told PEOPLE of potential dresses. "Doing all the things."
Lovato continued of the upcoming ceremony, "I'm excited. I'm in the stages of planning and very excited about it."
The star, who wore a custom red Nicole + Felicia Couture gown to the annual event, also revealed that they are using Pinterest "for all of it" when it comes to planning, adding that mood boards on the social media platform are "great."
Lovato and Lutes, 32, went public with their romance in August 2022 after meeting that January when they co-wrote her song "Substance" together.
PEOPLE revealed that Lutes, a songwriter from Ottawa, Canada, had proposed with a bespoke pear-shape diamond solitaire engagement ring created by N.Y.C. luxury jewelry boutique Material Good.
Following the "personal and intimate proposal," the couple headed to Craig's, one of their favorite restaurants in Los Angeles, to celebrate with their families.
As well as co-writing "Substance" with Lovato, Lutes also worked on her Holy Fvck album tracks "Happy Ending" and "City of Angels."
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In July 2023, Lovato opened up about her and Lutes' love story on SiriusXM's The Morning Mash Up.
"We're so happy," she said, adding: "We became friends first."
The "Confident" hitmaker recalled, "We were friends for several months and then we decided to start dating and well, after we told each other how we felt."
When talking about who initiated the conversation first, Lovato said it was "a mutual thing."
"We were texting, and he said something, and I was like, I took it one way and he was like, 'OK, if you take it one way, then I know you like me. If you don't, then...' You know that kind of thing? And so, I took it that way and he was like, 'OK, got it.' Yeah, I'm super happy, and he's my best friend," Lovato said.
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