Joe and Serena fell head over heels in love for each other on Bachelor in Paradise's seventh season after coupling up in the first few days of Paradise, and they got engaged during the finale that aired in October 2021.
During a recent Q&A session on Instagram Stories, Serena dished some details about what she's at least envisioning for her big day.
One fan asked when she and Joe will tie the knot, and Serena replied, "We are currently thinking sometime in 2023. I know post pandemic wedding venues are so booked up right now and we haven't started any planning, but next year would be our hope if we can make it happen! If not 2023, then we will try for 2024," according to Bachelor Nation.
Serena and Joe also haven't decided on a venue, or even a city in that matter, where they should wed.
"We will probably do somewhere neutral because his family/friends are mainly in Chicago and mine are in Toronto," Serena shared. "Probably somewhere in the U.S. on the East Coast, but not sure yet!"
As far as having children goes, Serena reportedly exclaimed how she and Joe "definitely" want to have a family together.
"I told him on our very first date in Paradise if he didn't want kids, that would be a dealbreaker for me!" Serena shared.
"I grew up working with kids teaching dance and swim lessons, so I have always wanted my own."
Serena also disclosed that she and Joe would like two children and may be interested in getting a dog soon.
"The logical thing to do would be like, 'This is crazy. This is so fast, let's just do the step-by-step thing and get engaged down the line,'" Serena explained at the time.
"I was so emotional when he got down on one knee and I was so excited to say 'yes.' I was obviously in complete shock but I knew he was the one."
Serena called the moment "beautiful" and insisted she had no regrets about allowing Joe to put a ring on her finger.
On Bachelor in Paradise's seventh-season finale, Joe gushed after getting engaged, "We followed our hearts and will just figure out the other stuff later."
And Serena joked, "The most logical people on the beach followed our hearts and got engaged!"
Prior to appearing on Bachelor in Paradise 7, Joe got eliminated very early from Becca's season of The Bachelorette and met Kendall on Season 5 of Paradise.
Despite being happy and in love, Joe and Kendall broke up because they couldn't agree on whether to live in Chicago or Kendall's home city of Los Angeles long-term.
Joe gave Los Angeles a chance during and after his stint on Dancing with the Stars and wanted to move back to Chicago to be with his friends and family, but Kendall apparently wouldn't even consider relocating and trying out a life in Chicago.
And Serena dumped Matt James on his The Bachelor season that aired in early 2021 after her hometown date.