The Modern Family actress admitted she doesn't "really have a lot of time to think about it" due to her new hosting gig on Love Island USA's fourth season, which is currently airing on Peacock.
But Sarah confirmed of marrying the Bachelor in Paradise bartender, "I'm really excited to be able to -- on paper, officially -- start our family."
Sarah wouldn't reveal when her big day is going to be, telling the magazine, "I'm getting married at an undisclosed location and time!"
Wells and Sarah had to postpone their wedding twice due to the coronavirus pandemic. Wells told Us Weekly in July 2021, "I honestly don't know if I can take a third one," and he jokingly asked for prayers.
Sarah, however, assured People that "things are going great."
"We are practical," the actress said.
"We own a house together. We have our dogs together, and we've been celebrating this journey of life supporting one another for almost five years now. So I don't think a lot is going to change."
Over the weekend of July 9, she had a nice time with her girlfriends, including actress Vanessa Hudgens, at her bachelorette party.
"I have the best friends in the entire world, the most amazing humans who love to dance and sing and love each other," Sarah shared.
"We were being silly and just feeling free... I just had the trip of a lifetime with my best friends."
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And Sarah celebrated the "bridal shower of my dreams" in June in Punta Mita, Mexico.
Wells and Sarah flirted a bit on Twitter in 2016 and then got together in Fall 2017. They went public with their romance in October 2017 when they attended a Halloween party together and dressed in matching costumes.
The couple officially declared their love for one another on social media a couple of months later in December 2017, and then Wells -- who had been living in Nashville, TN -- moved to California for his girlfriend in Summer 2018.
Wells proposed marriage to Sarah and the couple got engaged in July 2019, but they revealed during an episode of The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons -- Ever! in June 2020 that they chose to delay their August 2020 nuptials amid COVID-19.
In October 2020, Sarah reportedly shared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, "It was my first time out of my house in quarantine, and we went to a winery and we went with all of our friends -- all of us got tested -- our family, our best man, maid of honor."
"I brought a white dress and a veil I got on Etsy and my bridesmaids got a real wedding bouquet and surprised me and we took fake wedding pictures for fun!" Sarah said at the time.
While their wedding plans are still being hammered out, Wells previously insisted he won't be marrying his fiancee on Bachelor in Paradise.