Married at First Sight’s Melissa Rawson shares sweet video of her newborn twins settling in at home – after her fiancé Bryce Ruthven revealed the pair are looking for a wedding venue

Melissa Rawson and Bryce Ruthven brought their twin sons home from the hospital before Christmas.

And on Friday, Melissa, 32, shared a sweet video to Instagram, showing the little boys settling in.

In the clip, the former reality star cuddles her sons, Levi and Tate, before showing they sweetly fall asleep.

Aww: Melissa Rawson (pictured) and Bryce Ruthven brought their twin sons home from the hospital before Christmas. And on Friday, Melissa, 32, shared a sweet video to Instagram, showing the little boys settling in

‘Our little creations’ she captioned the clip, with her fiancé adding in the comments, ‘Our boys’ with a love heart emoji.

It comes after Bryce, 31, revealed that a wedding between the pair is imminent.

In an Instagram post on Friday, he asked fans for venue suggestions, writing: Verified ‘The search begins! TAG your favourite wedding venue in Melbourne’.

Baby love: In the clip, the former reality star cuddles her sons, Levi and Tate, before showing they sweetly fall asleep

'Our little creations' she captioned the clip, with her fiancé adding in the comments, 'Our boys' with a love heart emoji

Last month, Melissa spoke candidly about her sleep deprivation while taking care of her twin boys, who she welcomed in October.

‘The sleep deprivation is just next level,’ she told her followers. ‘You are told by everyone that, ‘enjoy your sleep now, you’re not going to get any sleep when the baby arrives’… and yes that’s very true and I’m aware of that.’

‘If you’re planning to have a baby, this should never change your decision about it. You won’t be able to comprehend the sleep issue, I certainly didn’t.’

Soon! It comes after Bryce (pictured) revealed that a wedding between the pair is imminent. In an Instagram post on Friday, he asked fans for venue suggestions, writing: Verified 'The search begins! TAG your favourite wedding venue in Melbourne'

Melissa says having a ‘support network’ has helped her over the previous months and asserts that she’s ‘lucky’ to have had the help of her family along with the couple’s close friends.

‘The last few nights with the boys have been…pretty catastrophic,’ she says. ‘Maybe an hours sleep – if that, and that’s broken sleep, it’s not consistent – it’s five minutes here and there.’

After speaking at length about her struggles with sleep, Melissa ended her point on a lighter note, saying, ‘I’m just happy to be at home with the boys, and life will get back to normal as some point’.

Tired: Last month, Melissa spoke candidly about her sleep deprivation while taking care of her twin boys, who she welcomed in October