Jenn, since you do not have a tow vehicle yet, you can make sure that you will be within the capacities before buying one.
I can tell you that there is a lot more weight
to deal with than you think when starting to look at it so you need to allow plenty of leeway. From everything I have read, this is the number one rule I would use when buying a TV:
Get one that weighs (curb weight) considerably more than the loaded trailer weight
you expect to tow. That alone is likely to put you in a good place.
Some vehicles have a towing capacity that requires you to subtract whatever you put in the car including passengers, fuel, cargo. Others may allow a few hundred pounds and then you subtract the rest of what you load from your towing capacity. Your towing vehicle is also bearing the tongue weight
of the trailer. Invariably, people look at the towing capacity of the vehicle, look at the weight of the trailer with nothing in it and conclude that the vehicle is sufficient when it is nowhere near.
All of your weight has to be added up for both trailer and vehicle. Each has its own capacity and then there is a total for both together. It's a lot for you to figure out in a short time. But please get the numbers from someone before you get the vehicle. Dealers cannot be relied on for anything regarding towing capacity.
Those Bolers are really something! You will be having a lot of fun with it.