"I'm very grateful that Paradise gave us the environment for us to meet each other," Abigail, 27, toldThe New York Post's Page Six, "but I am also very content to leave that chapter behind us, too."
Abigail said she's not looking for another way to publicize her relationship with Noah, especially since they've just begun settling into a new routine and have been spending more time together than ever.
"No more cameras. I don't think I would want to," Abigail noted.
Noah, 27, however, apparently sees the upside of having ABC front the money for their wedding and televising it.
"Weddings are expensive," Noah said. "I'm like, 'Oh, could I get it all paid for?' That's the finance side of me thinking that."
But at the end of the day, Noah wants Abigail to be happy and has taken her side on this.
"I also don't want to deal with some guy that I met on Paradise standing up and objecting and me tackling him from the pews," Noah joked, suggesting drama from the show could resurface.
"I don't want to deal with that... I wouldn't want to do a televised wedding," he added.
Regardless of what the wedding looks like, Noah insisted "the end goal is to get married."
The traveling nurse originally from Oklahoma confirmed that he and Abigail have "talked about it."
"Our mindset is we wouldn't be as serious as we are if that wasn't the end goal," Abigail shared.
"But we're also not putting any pressure on us or a timeframe because I think we already have enough people trying to do that. We're just enjoying life."
Abigail and Noah were smitten with each other on Bachelor in Paradise's seventh season last summer, but they broke up before Fantasy Suites because Abigail had struggled to be vulnerable and so Noah lost his confidence that he and Abigail were meant to be together.
But after filming ended in Summer 2021, Noah and Abigail reconciled, and Bachelor in Paradise's October 2021 finale revealed the couple planned to take things "slowly" going forward.
Prior to falling in love with Abigail, Noah competed for Clare Crawley and Tayshia Adams on The Bachelorette's sixteenth season in 2020.
Noah dubbed his The Bachelorette stint and journey on Bachelor in Paradise's seventh season last year "a distant, fond memory."
"And now I'm like, 'Where are we at now? What are we doing now?' Our focus is on our relationship, you know, the date nights... We're trying to go try new restaurants all the time. We travel a lot. It was a good experience, but now it's [the] real world," Noah told the magazine.
Abigail, who found fame on Matt James' The Bachelor season in early 2021, elaborated on how she and Noah have traveled to Costa Rica and Mexico and she'd like to do a trip to Europe soon, with Noah adding how he'd love to stop in Italy.