"We're going to live some real life and see how it goes. We're sort of, like, anti-pressure, really. We're just not going to put a lot of pressure on our relationship. We're going to move forward and have fun, and when the time is right to get married, we'll do it."
"Yeah, I agreed," Waddell said, adding that her best friends Jade Roper and Juelia Kinney from The Bachelor franchise will definitely be invited when that time comes.
But Chris Harrison will apparently have some competition if Waddell and Bass choose to go a non-traditional route and have an officiator.
"In Paradise, I told [new The Bachelor star Nick Viall] that he could officiate the wedding," Bass revealed.
"The other day, on Facetime, he was like, 'By the way I'm still officiating.' I was like, all right Nick. That's on you, buddy," Waddell told E! News with a laugh. "I honestly think it would be hilarious."
As for whether the couple would consider a televised wedding like Roper and husband Tanner Tolbert before them, the pair is uncertain.
"We're looking forward to not being on TV for a while," Bass admitted. "It's too hard to think about a televised wedding right now."
"Yeah, I don't know. We'll think about that when we think about that," Waddell agreed. "We're [focusing] on this day, right now."
After all, Bass already has three children in the picture and Waddell has just started to get to know them. The newly-engaged couple did confirm, however, they'd like to have more kids down the road.
"Yeah," Waddell noted.
"Absolutely," Bass said.
"For sure," Waddell added. "I want that 100%."
Bass said The Bachelorette and BiP villain Chad Johnson can come to their future wedding but he definitely won't be a part of his bachelor party. Waddell joked Johnson can be the flower girl.