Married at First Sight

Bryce Ruthven has finally revealed some exciting wedding plans as their special date looms

''Stronger than ever!''

Married At First Sight couple Melissa Rawson and Bryce Ruthven have gone from strength to strength since meeting and falling in love on our screens last year.
From what started as a controversial TV appearance that led to an enduring romance, the pair haven't stopped sharing insights into their lives together with fans.
The two are now officially engaged and are proud parents to their twin boys Levi and Tate, who are growing by the minute.
Although, Levi and Tate will have a little more growing to do before their parents tie the knot, as Bryce revealed they're waiting until the boys can walk before they set down the aisle.
In an Instagram Q&A over the weekend, Bryce shared exciting wedding plans with his followers, who had several questions on the matter.
The first and foremost was, when exactly are he and Melissa getting married?
"Not an exact date, but we do know roughly when… first half of 2023," he answered on his Instagram Stories.
Bryce then went on to reveal why they're waiting another year to tie the knot, and of course, it's for a very special reason – to make sure Levi and Tate are old enough.
"We are holding off until they're walking because we want them involved on our big day," he said of his twin boys.
The reality TV star also confirmed that they won't be having more kids, and shared how his relationship with Melissa has changed since becoming parents.
"Stronger than ever!" he said. "We have both found a new appreciation for each other and couldn't be happier with our little family."
Their journey into parenthood has not been without its challenges, after the twins arrived unexpectedly 10 weeks early and spent the first few weeks in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
The new parents were in and out of hospital visiting the twins before they could finally take them home, and Melissa and Bryce have been sharing every little moment since.
Soon, they'll be able to celebrate their nuptials as a family, and we have no doubt there'll be many more exciting milestones to come.
This story was originally published on our sister site, New Idea.