Krystal insisted the decision will be made "as a team" if the opportunity presents itself and she'll be the furthest thing from a bridezilla.
"We just care about wine, food and music," Krystal shared. "We don't want to worry about any details. I see so many of my friends who get married, and they're so stressed out as brides and they don't get to enjoy it. That certainly [is] not our plan."
While Chris and Krystal claim to be deeply in love with each other, they are not in a rush to tie the knot. After all, the couple still has to move in together first and get settled in their new life.
The 30-year-old sales trainer told E! News that he hopes to be living under the same roof as Krystal by November 1 but it's unclear which city in California is going to become their new home.
"We're 100 percent getting married, and we're 100 percent making it happen," Chris urged. "I think as time goes on, we will have a better understanding of when and where that can take place."
Ever since Chris popped the question in Mexico -- which aired last week as part of Bachelor in Paradise's fifth-season finale -- Krystal has apparently been living out a fairy tale.
"I think cloud nine isn't high enough," Krystal said of experiencing her romance with Chris in the real world. "To receive so much love in person and social media, and just the outpour of love and support for us... we're just so grateful. It's really heartwarming."
But that doesn't mean Krystal and Chris haven't faced their share of adversity since getting engaged on-camera. After parting ways in Paradise, the couple has had to deal with long distance.
Krystal disclosed to E! News the secret to making their relationship work while the show was airing was texting, sexting and FaceTime. The pair also apparently took complete advantage of their happy-couple weekend getaways together.
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"A lot of things took place throughout that time where we actually made strides in our relationship and we evolved to greater lengths," Chris explained. "Seeing that progression [and] knowing that we were far apart from one another solidified how strong our relationship was."
Chris and Krystal not only left Bachelor in Paradise in love, but they also rehabbed their images and secured a sense of redemption.
"I think our love story promotes giving a second chance at whatever it is in life or whatever type of relationship because there's always light at the end of the tunnel, and it's not how you start but how you finish," Chris told E! News, with Krystal adding they were "misunderstood" on their first seasons.
Their similar reality TV backgrounds, however, brought them closer together, according to the blonde beauty.
"I saw him on this downward spiral; and I grabbed him and I gave him a hand; and I offered him self-awareness and opportunity to right wrongs... it was his second chance. And his actions of taking that feedback really made me fall in love with him," Krystal revealed.
"When it comes to what took place, we don't know the final validity of it," Chris admitted.
"But what we do know is that whatever does happen, as far as the truth to this, we want to make sure we're just supportive and we do wish them the best of luck. That's really all we can do at this point in time with that situation."