"We might get close to oversharing," Donnie said with a laugh. "We've definitely taken some interesting turns in the last few months. We've basically just taken real life scenarios and just jumped in and saw where they took us."
The couple wed on Aug. 31 in front of an audience that included Jenny's 12-year-old son, Evan, and an A&E film crew who documented the event for Donnie Loves Jenny. During the ceremony Donnie actually had to stop Jenny from kissing him prematurely.
"When I walked down the aisle and I locked eyes with Donnie, there was no doubt in my mind," Jenny said. "I was where I was exactly supposed to be where I was, holding my son's hand who was giving me away to the love of my life which is why I couldn't wait one more second to kiss you."
"I would have let you if your lipstick wasn't so red," Donnie said. "That would have been smeared for the whole wedding."
Their wedding day was made even more special because Evan, who Jenny says was diagnosed with autism at age three, played his role perfectly.
"It felt like he was just a little baby in my arms just a few months ago and here he is 12 years old," Jenny said. "After everything -- the mountains that he had to climb -- and the thought of him walking me down the aisle, there is no one else in the world that could have done it like Evan. Even he said, 'I have the most important job at the wedding,' and I said, 'You most certainly do.'"
Donnie Loves Jenny premieres Wednesday at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on A&E. The show follows the ratings success of the ET Presents: New Kids - Then & Now, which trended worldwide when it premiered Dec. 22 on TVGN.
The couple have a busy 2015 ahead of them as Donnie stars on CBS' Blue Bloods, airing Fridays at 10 p.m. ET/PT, and has a new reality show, Rock This Boat: New Kids on the Block, premiering Jan. 14 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on TVGN. Meanwhile, Jenny hosts a live daily show on SiriusXM called Dirty, Sexy, Funny With Jenny McCarthy.