The Puerto Rican actress posed for In style Weddings and dished out the details of her special day with actor Eric Winter

By People Staff
Updated June 13, 2008 06:45 PM
In Style Weddings/ Brian Bowen Smith

A wedding fit for a fairytale –that's how Roselyn Sánchez imagines her big day with actor Eric Winter. "I can wear a sexy dress to any red-carpet event. My wedding is my chance to go all the way and wear a princess silhouette."

Last December, after the attractive Puerto Rican received her engagement ring designed by jeweler Michael Barin, she and her partner decided they would marry next autumn in a spectacular ceremony, spanning four days, to be carried out in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where the event will be attended by 250 guests.

In the magazine's special edition, the actress revealed that the reception will be held at the colonial Fort of San Felipe. The couple will say ‘I do' as thousands of family, friends, and beautiful orchids surround them. "Eric is a good man from a good family and he adores his mom, so I knew he'd be an amazing husband and father."

Getting the royal treatment, guests will enjoy a delicious banquette of Puerto Rican cuisine. A live band will provide loads of entertainment and music for dancing –that is, after the newlyweds dance their first song as a couple to a tune by Jack Johnson.

The Without a Trace actress also gave some advice to brides-to-be by telling them to live a harmonious life with their partners. "Always be your husband's best friend, make him laugh and give him a little bit of freedom –you can't suffocate him," she said.

Sánchez talked so much about what a great father her fiancé would be, that the question begs to be asked: could it be they've already enlisted the stork to bring them a baby? For the moment, all signs point to no, but the couple is looking forward to becoming parents in the future. "I can't wait to see Eric with a baby. I just know he's going to be the best father ever," exclaimed the actress.

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