The Bachelor stars certainly don't seem to be ruling that option out just yet, which shouldn't come as too much of a surprise to anyone who saw them get engaged on the finale, after so much confusion surrounding his surprise breakup from Becca Kufrin.
Speaking to People Magazine, Luyendyk actually may have hinted that the two are still considering having the cameras follow their nuptial event, as they've decided to plan everything around the producers' schedule. The official line they offered was that they "want to plan around The Bachelor schedule" so that even if they have a private ceremony (note the if), they'd want the behind-the-scenes crew to be there for their big day.
"It would either [be] in September or after they get done filming, which is in the middle of November. We are bouncing around ideas and dates, and [Burnham's] mom has been super helpful with venues, so we are just getting to it," Luyendyk explained.
In other words, we might be seeing another Bachelor wedding special this fall, but we'll have to wait and see whether these two decide to bookend their very publicized romance by airing their "I do"s.
The Bachelorette with Becca premieres May 28 on ABC.