The biggest day of Tony Romo's life is this weekend, and it will happen at Arlington Hall.
The Cowboys quarterback, who was at Top Golf in Allen on Monday, said he is excited to get married on Saturday.
"It's been fun. When you know, you know. So it's been pretty easy," Romo told reporters.
But when it comes to the wedding planning, he's not the leader in the huddle.
"Candice has a lot of help," Romo said of his fiancee, Candice Crawford.
"She's got people. I put my two cents in when music has to be determined or things of that nature," Romo joked.
The staging is already under way at Lee Park. A giant white tent that looks like a building is almost set up near Arlington Hall.
The ceremony and party is rumored to have around 900 guests. A source familiar with the planning of the event, but not authorized to speak on the record, said that as many as 200 valet drivers will be on site to deal with the guests and that as many as 100 security guards will be watching over the area.
The source added that guests should expect a fireworks show after the wedding and that glass doors leeading into the reception hall are not see-through, so paparazzi can't take pictures of the party inside.