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Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams have announced their wedding!

A pandemic causes the postponement of Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams’ weddings. They finally get married on December 3rd.

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In the end, Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams walked down the aisle together.

Sofia Vergara, Sarah’s co-star on Modern Family, gave fans a glimpse into the celebrations by posting a photobooth photo to Instagram with the hashtag “#sarahandwells wedding.”

They started dating in the fall of 2017 after meeting on social media after he finished filming Bachelor in Paradise.

They made the announcement in July of 2019 and held a small engagement party in early 2020. Sadly, Sarah and Wells had to postpone their wedding due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The optimistic couple even staged a mock wedding photoshoot, with Sarah donning a white lace crop top and sunhat with a “Bride To Be” veil to commemorate their original date.

Romance Rerun with Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams

“A series about a couple, a pandemic, and a delayed wedding. Today was supposed to be the day of our wedding. However, we diverted our attention to taking pictures and drinking wine “In August of the year 2020, Sarah added a caption to an Instagram post. To Pluto and back, I love you.

Wells also shared a goofy photo from the day, captioning it, “There was supposed to be a wedding today. No, we didn’t. A butt grab is still in order, though. Consequently, it’s still pretty neat.”

Sarah “finally” went to the “bridal shower of my dreams” nearly two years after she had originally planned on going. The actress shared several snaps and a video from the evening of June 4 on her Instagram Stories, including a photo of the clutch she wore that night, a custom enamel box with the words “Mrs. Adams” written in gold lettering.

At Disney’s recent upfront presentation earlier that week, Wells told E! News that the wedding would “hopefully” take place this summer.

He told E! News exclusively on June 2: “We’ve been full force into planning for three years, so everything’s done.” We need to get our hands on it now.

Evidently, the delay was totally worthwhile.