Becca Kufrin isn't looking to head down the aisle anytime soon.
While sitting down with ET's Lauren Zima for this week's episode of Roses and Rose's "Sip or Spill," the former Bachelorette offered an update on engaged life with her fiance, Garrett Yrigoyen -- and revealed they've put a pause on wedding planning. As she explained, she doesn't want to "pressure" Yrigoyen into tying the knot.
"We just have so much going on, and we've still been traveling like crazy that we're just dragging our feet. Especially knowing how crazy my life is going to be with the [Bachelor: Live on Stage] tour coming up and all of that, and working on the loungewear line, I think we're just taking our time," Kufrin said.
"He was previously married and divorced, so I never want him to feel rushed or pressured into anything," she added. "So, I'm fine with where we're at. I'm kind of just waiting for him to be like, 'OK, let's do this now.'"
Kufrin's season of The Bachelorette saw Yrigoyen open up about his divorce and how it affected him. Still, he seemed ready to settle down in a new relationship, and proposed to Kufrin on her 2018 season finale.
"There was always the initial attraction, because [he won] the first impression rose... I just felt it with him. And it wasn't until after his hometown, when I met his family and saw him and his roots that I was like, 'Holy crap, I love this guy,'" Kufrin recalled of falling in love on The Bachelorette. "But he was always that slow burn."
The 29-year-old remembered "pushing the limits" during production to try to get more time with Yrigoyen. "I learned early on that you kind of have to bargain, so I'd be like, 'OK, I'll film this extra thing if I can do this.' One time I did sneak away. I think we were in Las Vegas at a rose ceremony, and Garrett and I had our 20 minutes to chat, we were hanging out, and then you have to get up and walk away together. I pulled him into a bungalow, and we were in this back bungalow, but it only lasted for like three minutes before the camera guys found us," she dished.
"And then we were together during his hometown. I really wanted to spend more time with him, so in between farming and going to the next spot, I was like, 'Can I please just be in the car with him?' So we had beers in the back and we were like, making out," she recalls. "Of course all the producers are around you, but we just didn't care. So I had like, my alone moments with him."
A year and a half into their relationship, Kufrin and Yrigoyen couldn't be happier. "I think the best thing being with him is just having someone to always do everything with. I like to cook and having him sit and talk with me," she shared. "He just is so funny and he's constantly keeping me laughing and in a good mood."
The couple has talked a little about what they'd like their wedding to look like, "when that day comes."
"We just want it to be a massive party. Like, I don't want the traditional sit-down, everyone is in their assigned seats. I want it to be like, food trucks all over and games and one massive party. So, that's what we've talked about," she revealed. "I think we would like to do it in California on a vineyard, but then cater in all these trucks and have corn hole and I really want speed ball."
"My mom would kill me if it was on TV. She's just over it, so she's like, 'Do you guys, focus on you.' I'm not going to say yes or no [to a televised wedding], but as of right now, probably not," Kufrin said.
For now, Kufrin is gearing up to the hit the road with Ben Higgins as they host The Bachelor: Live on Stage. Yrigyoen will be coming along for some of the traveling, as will Higgins' girlfriend, Jessica Clarke -- so Kufrin and Higgins will not be sharing a tour bus.