ET caught up with the Bachelor couple at Disneyland more than a year after Higgins first proposed, where they shared an update on when they'll be walking down the aisle.
"We get it, people are interested in when are we getting married -- we're excited for that day," Higgins revealed.
"[But] we don't know! We don't know!" Bushnell interjected.
"Our life is pretty crazy, and we're having a blast being engaged and enjoying that time without having the stresses of planning a wedding on top of it," Higgins said.
"We have been together for a year and a half now, so I don't think we're pushing it too far yet," Bushnell explained. "Entertainment Tonight will be the first to know at that three-year mark."
The "when" might be up in the air, but the couple definitely has some ideas on what kind of wedding they'd like after hosting Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings special.
"I always thought that I wanted a small wedding. I thought like, destination, or honestly even eloping," Bushnell shared. "But after seeing the beautiful, big wedding at the end of the show, I started to think, like, maybe I want a big wedding."
"I feel inspired to maybe start planning a wedding, start thinking about it... I thought I wanted a small wedding, and then I see this beautiful wedding pavilion inside with the view of the castle, and I was like, 'Wait, this is so beautiful. I could see myself getting married here,'" she added. "It has opened my eyes to what I might want at my wedding."
Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings will follow four different couples and their one-of-a-kind weddings, including a surprise performance by a capella group Pentatonix, and the Cinderella carriage Mariah Carey used four years ago while renewing her vows to then-husband Nick Cannon!
The magical event culminated with a big, fairy tale ending, including a waterworks display in front of the Ferris wheel. But Higgins' favorite part of the event was a little more simple.
"The cake!" Higgins raved. "My sole goal with the wedding is to make sure we have a good cake."
"It's so funny. I didn't even think he had a sweet tooth until he laid eyes on this cake, and now it's like you're a fiend... a cake fiend," Bushnell said. "Look at his eyes!"
"It's dangerous. I'm thinking about it," Higgins shared. "The icing was really smooth. It was nice."
Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings airs May 7 at 8 p.m. ET/PT Freeform.