"I think it's a cool opportunity," Higgins told ET's Lauren Zima. "We've invited everybody into our life up to this point, why not let them continue?"
"When it comes to the wedding, if that's an opportunity or possibility, it's a really great one for us," he added. "It would almost be stupid not to. And you're going to have cameras at your wedding anyway. There's going to be people following you around no matter what, so why not add a whole production crew?"
"I think Lauren and I would love to see that happen, and I think it would be really fun. It would be a nice culmination to everything," he shared. "November will be a year since we got engaged, so it's not this super quick time frame."
But while the couple agrees that exchanging vows in front of a TV audience would be nice, that's about all they've decided on.
"We have done a little bit of wedding planning, and hopefully you'll see some of that on the show," Bushnell said, referring to their upcoming Freeform series, Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After?, adding that most of their plans are just "thoughts" at this point. "We're really trying to figure out what's best for us, because our lives have been really going 100 miles per hour."
Speaking of the show, the pair also addressed the big question mark in the title.
"We don't know what our happily ever after looks like," Bushnell confessed.
"Everyone saw our fairy tale, but we also have had a roller coaster of a ride, like in any relationship," Higgins agreed. "We want to show the viewers what real relationships look like. We aren't perfect. We have our issues and joys and things we have overcome, and the question mark is the ups and downs of a relationship."
Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After? premieres Oct. 11 on Freeform.