Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams are formally married, Hyland’s “Fashionable Household” costar Sofia Vergara confirmed the information Saturday night on Instagram. After suspending their marriage ceremony twice because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the couple wed in entrance of their family and friends on the Sunstone Vineyard in Santa Ynez, CA on Aug. 20, in accordance with a photograph posted by one other one of many actor’s “Fashionable Household” costars, Jesse Tyler Ferguson. The couple’s marriage ceremony occasion included Ciara Robinson, who served as Hyland’s maid of honor, and bridesmaids Vanessa Hudgens and GG Magree. The ladies celebrated Hyland with a bachelorette occasion in Mexico in July. POPSUGAR has reached out to Hyland and Adams’s representatives for touch upon the couple’s completely happy information.
Whereas Hyland and Adams have not shared images from the occasion but, the bride’s “Fashionable Household” castmates shared loads of behind-the-scenes pics from the night. Along with Ferguson tagging the beautiful Santa Ynez venue, Vergara shared a photograph of the couple’s rustic, three-tiered marriage ceremony cake surrounded by roses. It additionally seems like visitors got white parasols to offer shade as they walked by means of the winery and waited for the marriage to get underway.
Hyland and Adams first crossed paths when she tweeted her pleasure about his look because the bartender on “Bachelor in Paradise” in 2017. Shortly after, Adams slipped into Hyland’s DMs. “We had tweeted one another as a result of I believed he was humorous,” Hyland advised Jimmy Kimmel again in 2018. “I noticed him because the bartender and I believed, ‘That is actually cute.'”
The couple obtained engaged whereas vacationing in Fiji in July 2019. “That may’t eat, cannot sleep, attain for the celebs, over the fence, world collection form of stuff,” the actor captioned a collection of images from the special occasion. Wells additionally shared a video of himself proposing set to “I Prefer to Be With Me After I’m With You” by Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors. He captioned it, “I will be Johnny, you be June. However eternally.”