If Arie and Lauren decide to go with a more traditional wedding, the blonde beauty insisted she's not "picky" about the details.
Arie, however, reportedly has some specific plans in mind for their big day.
"We're talking about an evening wedding or a sunset wedding," Arie told reporters, according to People.
"Lighting is important. Lots of flowers. We talked a little bit about maybe doing a TV wedding if that works with our timeline."
Arie also reportedly said he wouldn't mind if Lauren invited some of her friends fromThe Bachelor season despite recent backlash from several bachelorettes for his behavior after filming wrapped in November 2017.
"We're so ready for this," Arie previously told the magazine. "Lauren told me I'm four months late on this proposal, and I wanted to give it to her and I wanted everyone at home to share in it."
As for the near future, Lauren said she will be moving from Dallas, TX, to Scottsdale, AZ, where Arie currently lives. Lauren -- who worked in sales prior to appearing on The Bachelor -- also intends on working in real estate with Arie, remodeling homes together and such.
"We're both very excited about marriage and starting a family," Lauren had told People, before Arie added that he'd feel really lucky to have twins.