How Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams Celebrated on Their Canceled Wedding Day

Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams in November 2019
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The engaged pair's nuptials had to be pushed back due to COVID-19.

Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams didn't let their planned wedding day go by unnoticed. The engaged pair had to push their nuptials due to COVID-19, but, on Wednesday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Hyland reveals how they still marked the special date.

"We were going to get married 8/8/2020. Not happening anymore. But what can you do?" she lamented, before sharing how she and Adams spent their would-be wedding day.

"It was my first time out of the house, out of quarantine, and we went to a winery," Hyland, 29, says. "We went with all of our friends -- all of us got tested -- our family, our best man, maid of honor."

"I brought a white dress and a veil I got on Etsy. And my bridesmaids, they got a real wedding bouquet for me and surprised me," she adds. "And we took fake wedding pictures for fun."

Hyland previously shared some of those so-called "fake wedding pictures" on Instagram, which show her and Adams being silly at the winery.

"A couple, a pandemic, & a postponed wedding: A series," Hyland captioned her post. "We were supposed to get married today. Instead... we took pictures and drank wine. I love you to Pluto & back @wellsadams."

Adams shared a shot from the day as well, in which he's resting his hand on his fiancée's bottom.

"We were supposed to get married today. We didn’t," he wrote. "But I still got to grab a butt. So, ya know, still pretttty cool." 

Watch the video below for more on the couple.