Charity Lawson and her fiancé Dotun Olubeko say they're considering having two wedding ceremonies.
"Bachelorette" winner Dotun tells Insider that he's happy to help plan their upcoming weddings.
"I will be as involved as I need to be," the 30-year-old says of his approach to wedding planning.
Charity Lawson and Dotun Olubeko found love and got engaged on "The Bachelorette." Now, they're turning their focus to wedding planning.
When asked by Insider if he'd be involved in any of the prep work leading up to their nuptials, Dotun joked that he was going to be on "napkin duty."
"All jokes aside, I will be as involved as I need to be," the 30-year-old says. "Obviously this is not something I've ever really come close to planning, but I'm so excited to marry this wonderful lady here, and whatever help is needed, I will be there and do my best."
"I don't know if I have the brain for wedding planning, but I will do my best to not ruin it. That's what I can promise," Dotun adds.
Charity, for her part, emphasized to Insider that the couple is still in the very early stages of envisioning what their wedding(s) would look like.
"We're just obviously enjoying this season in time in our lives, but looking down the road, we don't want to have a super extended engagement," the family therapist says.
She and Dotun say they've spoken casually about weddings, but are considering two separate ceremonies that may or may not be televised.
"Yes, a big Nigerian wedding is probably on the books. And then also we want to have a more intimate sacred one, so we don't know if it'll be televised yet," Charity explained. "That's to be determined. We'll address that when the time comes."
Charity and Dotun fell in love on season 20 of "The Bachelorette," which saw Charity date dozens of men before finding a life-changing connection with Dotun. On the season 20 finale, Charity made the difficult decision to break things off with her runner-up, Joey Graziadei, to accept a proposal from Dotun.
Joey, who became a fan favorite, was recently named the next star of "The Bachelor."
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