In May, the couple announced on The View their plans to marry on January 12, in Maui, Hawaii, at the Haiku Mill. Luyendyk also noted that the wedding would not be televised, and was to be a "private" event with about 100 guests.
"I think if we could get married tomorrow we would," Burnham said of why they're tying the knot so quickly. "We're just really happy with each other. We vibe well together and are ready for the next step."
Luyendyk made headlines after proposing to Burnham on The Bachelor: After the Final Rose, just one day after the show aired his brutal breakup with Becca Kufrin. Luyendyk had originally proposed to Kufrin in his finale, before changing his mind weeks later to pursue a relationship with Burnham, his runner-up.