The former American Idol contestant told People magazine that the couple will marry at a ceremony attended by fewer than 100 guests, including their 2-year-old son Hunter.
"We're going cheap. We're not doing a full-on Hollywood lavish wedding," he said.
"We're getting married in the boondock mountains at a community hall. We rented out a tiny, tiny little chapel, all exposed red wood. It's nothing super fancy."
Durbin - who suggested that the nuptials will be "a little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll" - also told the magazine that former American Idol stars Stefano Langone and Paul McDonald will act as his best man and groomsman.
McDonald recently tied the knot with Twilight actress Nikki Reed after meeting her when the American Idol cast attended a film premiere during taping earlier this year.
Durbin is currently gearing up for the release of his debut album Memories of a Beautiful Disaster, which will be available on November 21.
The singer co-wrote five tracks on the album, which features collaborations with artists including Mick Mars of Mötley Crüe. It also contains the singles 'Stand Up' and 'Love Me Bad'.
He previously explained the title of the album in a Twitter post to fans, writing: "[It is called] MEMORIES OF A BEAUTIFUL DISASTER! Means looking back on events in my life, to see the beauty in the pain. (sic)"
Durbin has also teased fans on Twitter that the album is "kind of a hybrid of Aerosmith & My Chemical Romance".
Listen to James Durbin's 'Stand Up' below: