After months and months of waiting, The Bachelor's Lauren Bushnell and Ben Higgins finally revealed some details about their upcoming wedding.
Bushnell recently revealed that they are just starting the wedding planning process now. "We haven't set a date," Bushnell told Us Weekly. "We definitely started talking about it more, and I think we both agreed that August we actually want to sit down and start planning, so that includes setting a date, that includes the place. We have been throwing around some locations, and I think we've narrowed it down to the area that we want to get married. We're thinking 2017."
Though she may not know what her wedding dress will look like or where they'll exchange vows, Bushnell did say that the couple is hoping to have their wedding filmed, but she didn't specify whether or not fans can expect a television special about the wedding.
"Hopefully we'll have cameras there, so it could, kind of, not only document the fun aspects of it for us later in life, cause we're gonna watch it back, but also for our fans and for Bachelor nation."
We have trouble believing that Bushnell and Higgins' nuptials won't end up on television, especially since they are currently being followed by cameras as we speak. The couple has been recently filming Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After, a show focused on their life post-The Bachelor. The camera crew even followed the couple as they went on a double date last week with new Bachelorette couple JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers, which is something we can't wait to see when the show airs on Freeform in October.
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As for life in between filming television shows and walking down the aisle, Bushnell told Us Weekly that she enjoys doing little romantic gestures for Higgins to keep the spark alive.
"I've been getting up extra early and making him breakfast," she told the magazine. "I can tell that he really appreciates it, so getting up early, I'll have the coffee made, I put his mug out and I make him breakfast in the morning, and I'm not a morning person so that's, like, a big step for me."