Kim Kardashian and fiance Kanye West have their big day coming up on May 24, but they reportedly haven't even picked the ceremony's location yet in Paris.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star and West are eyeing the 17th-century Louis XIV-commissioned Chateau de Louveciennes as their wedding venue, X17 reported.

"Kanye was taking the lead, asking all the questions and visualizing the big day and how everything might work. Kim offered a little input, but not much. It was all about how Kanye thought things should go and how he wants the wedding to look," a source told X17.

The pair reportedly shopped in Paris for the day and then took an hour-long van ride to the chateau, which a French businessman purchased in 1994 and renovated. Along with their entourage, Kardashian and West allegedly toured the property for about two hours and checked out all of its historic buildings and gardens.

Kardashian has expressed for months the wedding will be whatever West wants because this marks the first time he's ever gotten married, while Kardashian will be walking down the aisle for the third time.

West proposed in October at AT&T Park in San Francisco. The rapper and Kardashian have a 10-month-old daughter named North "Nori" West.