‘Property Brothers’ star Drew Scott’s choices for destination wedding location revealed

"Property Brothers" hosts Jonathan and Drew Scott. (Facebook/HGTV)

Drew Scott and Linda Phan still do not have a definite date for their wedding. What they have though, are possible locations where they will tie the knot.

The “Property Brothers” co-star revealed that they are narrowing down the choices for the venue of their destination wedding. “We’re definitely doing a destination wedding in Europe,” said Drew in the latest issue of PEOPLE. “Maybe Mykonos, France or Spain,” he added.

Aside from selecting the perfect venue, the 39-year-old realtor admitted that he still ironing things out for his groomsmen. “Linda has 14 bridesmaids, but I don’t have that many friends, so I guess I need to make some new ones,” Drew jokingly said. “The guys will wear kilts and she’ll have something inspired from her Chinese roots. We want to have some tradition but also mix it up,” he added.

Meanwhile, his twin brother, Jonathan, and older brother J.D are busy with Drew’s bachelor party. “It’s going to have to be something that involves adrenaline,” shared Jonathan. He said that his brother loves the adrenaline rush, and is a fan of extreme sports. “We won’t tell you what it’s going to be but maybe bungee jumping off the Brooklyn Bridge or something. … It will be something wild,” he added.

Last June, ET reported that Drew and Linda were doing their best to juggle the demands of work and their wedding preps. Drew shared that their busy schedule has been making the preparations really tough. He also mentioned that they were looking for a venue that is warm where they can gather all of their friends and family members together.

Moreover, he also noted that they have not been able to spend enough time with their loved ones. In addition, they were also busy with the renovation of their new home, which they will move into once it is done.

Despite the challenges, Drew and Linda enjoy the full support of their families, as well as the producers of HGTV. John Feld, HGTV’s senior VP of original programming and production, said that they are excited to see the two “seal the deal and move into a new home.”