Credit: FAMAPRESS/CINELUX/Splash News Photo: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Out and About in Miami Beach, Florida on November 30, 2013

North West's parents, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, are still in wedding-planning mode — and even momager Kris Jenner may not have a say in what happens.

Kris told People Kimye is a powerhouse of “two very creative minds getting together and they definitely have their own ideas.” As she added, “I don’t know if they’ll let me jump in.” She probably knows by now.

Kris talked to People on December 17 in L.A., saying whatever happens, the wedding will be big. "We have a pretty big family," Kris said. "I don't think it will be two people in a chapel, if you know what I mean!"

We know. When will the wedding take place? “Hopefully it will be soon,” Kris teased.

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Kim and Kanye got engaged back on Kim's 33rd birthday on October 21. The next week, Kanye told Big Boy the wedding will hopefully be "next summer." So pencil in summer 2014.

Also in October, Kim told People they hadn't had a chance to talk about the wedding yet, but they would do "whatever he wants." In November, a Kardashian "insider" told HollywoodLife there will be some A-listers invited. “All the usual people will be there. Kim’s family and her friends, Kanye’s friends and some people in the biz,” the insider said. “He’s going to have Snoop there, Anna Wintour, some people that he’s close with behind the scenes, and other big names everyone will know.”

In her mid-December interview, Kris told People the whole Kimye/NW family love story has been a dream come true for her to watch. "Our house is blissful," Kris said. "To watch Kim and see her mature and grow and turn into the most delicious mother, who is interested and engaged and reads to her every day, and if she works, brings North with her – it's very cute the way she doesn't want to be apart from her."

Who would want to be apart from this sweet little face?

Are you curious to learn more about the Kim and Kanye wedding? Do you think they'll end up going off the deep end, or keep it relatively tame?

Source: People