"2019 will be a new year. You'll probably see me pull back from some things just because I need to dedicate -- well, I need to frickin plan a wedding... I just need to take time to plan the wedding," Rachel told Jackie Oshry during a recent appearance on The Morning Toast.
When Jackie said she'd like to know when Rachel is getting married, the thirteenth-season The Bachelorette star replied, "I want to know too!"
"I need someone to do it for me, so, like, I'm at the point now where it's like, being 33 and Bryan being 38, we're either going to have to have like a 600-person plus wedding or it's going to have to be super small, family only. I'm moving towards family only," Rachel revealed.
"I'm thinking overseas, probably Italy, super small. Just, like, 50 people or less -- just family."
Rachel then admitted with a laugh, "Most of my family, they don't even have passports, so it's like, they can't go! So that cuts down on the list even more."
Rachel, however, won't leave her family and friends out entirely.
"I'll do something later for the family at home, but I think it's going to be super small with super close family, like, not even -- sorry -- The Bachelor girls, not even them. It's like, they'll get it and we'll make it up at the bachelorette party," Rachel admitted.
"[I'd like it to be] just intimate with the people who are going to be so influential in your life. That's what I think I'm going to do at this point."
Rachel selected Bryan at the end of her journey to find love after her apparent frontrunner, Peter Kraus, determined he wasn't ready to get engaged.
Rachel faced a lot of criticism once she went public with her relationship, but she and Bryan have apparently been able to overcome difficult times.
"Here's the good news. Bryan and I are legit... he's not going anywhere and we're not stalling [on the wedding] because we're having problems. The one amazing thing in my life is Bryan, for sure. Hands down," Rachel gushed.