Karina Smirnoff

June 8, 2011 by Post Team 

Karina SmirnoffKarina Smirnoff, Karina Smirnoff has set a date for their wedding. The professional dancer of 33 years old will marry a professional baseball player, Brad Penny on January 21, 2012. Penny asked the question in October 2010 with engagement ring 4.5 carats of diamonds.  Smirnoff stars in the hit show “Dancing With The Stars.” Although the couple will not reveal the exact location of the nuptials, was said to be somewhere in the Caribbean.

The bride-to-be has chosen six wedding dresses. It started with 20, so she is happy that he has reduced to here. She says she will try each dress to see what is the perfect dress for the occasion. The star of the dance is not picky about colors, flowers or the place, but she is determined to have a train in

Smirnoff and her girlfriend, Detroit Tigers pitcher Brad Penny, were married on January 21, 2012, People reported Tuesday.

While Smirnoff revealed the date of her upcoming wedding with people dancing in 33 years of age with the Stars dancer would not disclose the exact location of the wedding, which will have a place in the Caribbean.

“I have lots of family and friends living in Europe and Israel, and Brad is a great family in Oklahoma,” said Smirnoff. “It will be very different, many colors.”

However, Smirnoff has not yet reached a decision in another important element of the ceremony, your wedding dress.

“We are six, which is better than 20,” he told People. “Always look at the glass half full.”

“I’m very open to the colors, settings, flowers. I’m very easy … all I want is for the big dress with train. Although it’s just me walking in a dress, I m all right.”

Smirnoff Penny began dating in October 2009, shortly after she and her fellow Dancing with the Stars dancer Maksim Chmerkovskiy canceled her engagement and ended their relationship. Penny proposed a year later, in October 2010.

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