Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are rumored to be planning a summer wedding. The couple just got engaged in March.

Life & Style recently claimed that Lopez and Rodriguez are already planning their wedding, which will take place in a couple of months. Their children will also play a huge part in the ceremony, and the theme will be about blending families.

Ever since Lopez and Rodriguez dated, their respective children have already gotten close. Lopez’s twins, Max and Emme, 11, share a special bond with Rodriguez’s daughters, Natasha, 14, and Ella, 11.

An unnamed source also allegedly told the tabloid that Lopez will be wearing a customized Versace dress for her special day. Some of the celebrity guests who could make an appearance include Lady Gaga, Joanna Gaines and the Kardashian family. “There will be Latin music, great food … and, of course, lots and lots of dancing,” the unnamed source said.

But according to rumor-debunking site Gossip Cop, there’s no truth to the claims that Lopez and Rodriguez will tie the knot soon. In fact, the unnamed source was unable to mention where the alleged nuptials will be taking place, which is one of the most important details about weddings.

A source close to Lopez also told the website that the “Shades Of Blue” alum will have a pretty packed schedule this summer because she will be embarking on her “It’s My Party” concert tour. Last month, Lopez also said that she and Rodriguez have not yet started with their wedding planning.

“We just got engaged and then right afterward we started working right away and we’re working the rest of the year,” Lopez said. “Haven’t decided if we’re going to squeeze it in this year or we’re going to wait,” she added.

Lopez and Rodriguez started dating two years ago after bumping into each other at a restaurant. Lopez approached Rodriguez, and the athlete asked her out on a date shortly after.

Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez attend the 33rd Annual Great Sports Legends Dinner. Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis