The question that always comes after a couple gets married is, "When are you having children?"
But before they get to that, Lance Bass and fiance Michael Turchin have are thinking about what they want for their wedding next fall.
"We're wanting all of our guests to come completely over the top, high fashion like you're heading to the MET Ball or the Royal Wedding," Bass told ABC News earlier this week.
Which is not to say the subject of children hasn't been considered. So does the former 'NSYNC singer want to have children after he and Turchin tie the knot next year?
"You better believe it!" he said. "All my friends basically did a baby pack and all had babies this year. I definitely have always dreamt of that. Growing up in the South, it's all about family."
Bass, 34, spoke to ABC as part of the Love is Changing History project, where for LGBT History Month in October, AT&T is donating $1 to the Trevor Project for every share of the website, videos or personal story submissions. The Trevor Project, according to its website, is the "leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people ages 13-24."
The singer, author and director got engaged to Turchin last month and added that he doesn't want to wait too long to have kids since he's already in his mid-30's.
"We want to enjoy being a married couple for a couple years, but not wait too long," he said. "I don't want to be too old. We have a little five-year plan. Plus, my friends are all having babies right now, so it would be amazing to watch them all grow up together."
Close friends include Jamie-Lynn Sigler, who gave birth to son Beau in August.
The "Bye Bye Bye" singer also has a very specific plan for his eventual family with Turchin.
"I would love to have a kid of my own, I would love to have [Michael] have a kid, and maybe even eventually adopt a kid who coudn't find a home," he said.
Turchin, an actor and artist, just had his debut at the Beverly Hills Art Show last week and Bass is obviously known for his singing and dancing with 'NSYNC. So, who will the kids take after?
"We're going to give our kids the world," Bass said. "So, they get to choose whatever they want to be. We are going to introduce them to every single thing they could possibly be introduced to and we'll see what they like. If they want to become a singer, I'll def support that, although I'll tell them every negative thing to talk them out of it, because it's a hard, hard world."