Sarah Hyland finally married long-term boyfriend Wells Adams after the Covid-19 pandemic pushed their plans. The wedding took place over the weekend – August 20 – and the pictures that surfaced on social media prove that it was nothing short of a fairytale.
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Hyland – whose claim to fame was a recurring role on the hit sitcom ‘Modern Family’, where she played Haley Dunphy – looked like a vision in not one but two dreamy Vera Wang wedding gowns, official portraits of which were shared on social media by the couturier herself. By.
Sharing a photo of the bride wearing a stunning gown that featured a super-long train and an extremely long sheer veil, along with a thigh-high slit and a pair of white stiletto pumps, Wang wrote that it was a “charming figure”.
She went on to explain that Hyland chose “a light ivory silk faille sweetheart ball gown, with a hand-pleated bodice and French tulle sleeves accented by a high slit and a delicately gathered cathedral-length Italian tulle veil with hand-appliquéd macrame lace borders.” .
“A beautiful wedding sunset… Wishing you two a wonderful new life together,” the celebrity designer wished the newlyweds, as the actor struck a perfect golden-hour pose, soft light falling on his face and illuminating it.
She wore a second stunning gown, which was her after party look. It was a “soft white Italian crepe gown with a draped neckline, hand-stitched macrame lace and draped Italian tulle sleeves”.
It also had a long train.
The actor shared another version of his photo, featuring his groom, who looked dapper in a black suit and skinny tie.
According to People magazine, the couple married at Sunstone Winery near Santa Barbara, California, with many Modern Family cast members in attendance, including Nolan Gould, Sofia Vergara, Julie Bowen and Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
Tyler Ferguson even commented on Hyland’s photo, saying, “What a day! I will remember it forever!”
The couple got engaged in 2019 after dating for almost two years. They were supposed to get married in August 2020, but the pandemic delayed their wedding.
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