By Whitney Johnson

It’s hard to believe it’s been two years since Shawn Booth got down on one knee and proposed to The Bachelorette star Kaitlyn Bristowe! As reported by People.com, the reality TV stars recently celebrated their celebrity engagement anniversary with two sweet Instagram posts. Bristowe posted a number of photos of the celebrity couple with the caption, “I like that we don’t feel pressure, I like that we have taken our time, I like that we still don’t have a date set, and I kind of like you.” Similarly, Booth gave a shout-out to his fiancée and wrote, “Thank you for the greatest 2 years, thank you for being you.” Since they first announced their celebrity engagement, the adorable reality TV couple have settled down in Nashville, Tennessee.

We love that this celebrity engagement is still going so well! What are some reasons to postpone wedding planning and just enjoy a long engagement?

Cupid’s Advice:

This celebrity couple isn’t feeling any pressure to walk down the aisle — despite being engaged for two years already. What are some reasons to postpone planning your big day? Consider this love advice:

1. You can truly enjoy being engaged: For many couples, after the excitement of the proposal dies down, it’s go-time as wedding planning begins. However, if you opt for a longer engagement, you can really enjoy this time as an engaged couple — without the pressure of picking out your dream dress or venue.

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2. You can book the best vendors: Trying to plan a wedding in six months or less means you may have to sacrifice some of your top choices for caterers, flower designers, and more. If you’re planning a wedding two years out, though, chances are, you’ll be able to hire all of the best vendors. Plus, you can lock in their rates before they’re bound to rise the following year.

Related Link: Celebrity Couple Kaitlyn Bristowe & Shawn Booth Talk Wedding Plans & Mile High Club

3. There’s less stress: Most importantly, if there’s no pressure to get hitched right away, there’s less stress. Planning your wedding should be a special, memorable time. Why rush it?

What are some other reasons to enjoy a long engagement? Share your thoughts in the comments below!