The couple got engaged after one year dating, with romantic Spencer, 28, getting down on one knee to ask model Vogue, 32, to be his wife after stage production of The Lion King in London's West End.
And it seems the wedding plans have already been considered by the groom-to-be anyway, who said that he's unlikely to send a invites to his former Made in Chelsea castmates of four years as they are no longer in contact.
"I doubt it..." he told The Sun when asked if the MIC cast would be issued with invites, "I haven't spoken to many of them since the last day of my filming which was two and a half/three years ago."
Both Spencer and Vogue have since been seen looking loved up at events across Ireland and the UK, taking the opportunity to gush about each other as they enjoy their "happy engagement."
Telling Heat magazine they were friends (after appearing together on reality celebrity skiing show The Jump) before the became romantically involved, he revealed why their relationship works so well.
"The falling in love thing came later. But she is my best friend. In the evenings, I look forward to seeing her more than anything else. We live together and I respect what she does, how she is, how she does everything, and I’d like to think she respects me.
"I've known she was the one for a while now and we’re very happily engaged."
And while he hasn't revealed any plans for his own, Spencer is currently organising the stag do for good friend Hugo Taylor, who is engaged to Millie Mackintosh. However he said he "hates" stag dos, because he has enjoyed a life where "you've enjoyed yourself at will", and won't be having a traditional party when it comes to his time to walk up the aisle.
"I hate stag dos. I always have," he told the magazine.
"When you’ve had a life where you’ve enjoyed yourself at will, I don’t understand the need to go on a stag do and do things you wouldn't normally do."
"There will be a few drinks, but the whole ‘tie him to a lamp post’ thing is not my scene. If someone tried to tie me to a lamp post on my stag do, I’d go f***ing apeshit. It’s not going to happen.
"They know if there’s even the slightest whiff of anything like that, they won’t get a call up for the wedding."