It was a “modern family” affair.
Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams finally said “I do” in California on Saturday, more than three years after they got engaged.
The actress, 31, and the “Bachelorette” alum, 38, took it down the aisle last weekend after having to postpone their big day twice.
Several of Hyland’s co-stars attended the intimate wedding, including Sofia Vergara, 50, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, 46, Julie Bowen, 52, and Nolan Gould, 23.
Social media photos taken during the star-studded wedding, held at a California vineyard, show that Vergara brought her 30-year-old son, Manolo Gonzalez, as her date.
Meanwhile, Ferguson was joined by his husband, Justin Mikita.
“Yes! Just… yes. I love my fake family,” Bowen captioned a photo of himself with Gould and Ferguson at what appeared to be a pre-wedding party.
Hyland, who rose to fame after her turn as Haley Dunphy on the ABC sitcom, began dating the bartender “Bachelor in Paradise” in October 2017.
He finally posed the question in July 2019, and the couple was set to say “I do” in August 2020 — but the COVID-19 pandemic put their marriage on hold.
“A couple, a pandemic and a postponed wedding: a series,” Hyland wrote on Instagram on their upcoming wedding day.
“We were supposed to get married today. Instead… we took pictures and drank wine. I love you to Pluto and back @wellsadams.”
She ended up celebrating with her best friends at the ‘wedding shower of’ [her] dreams” in June.
“Soooo I finally had my bridal shower yesterday,” she wrote on her Instagram story at the time, accompanied by a photo of a custom clutch that reads “Mrs. Adams” in gold letters.
“Hosted by the most amazing bridesmaid,” she said of her friend Ciara Robinson.
Among the few in attendance were her “lifetime friend” Vanessa Hudgens, EDM producer GG Magree, “Grey’s Anatomy” alum Kimberly Daugherty, former “Bachelor” Nick Viall’s model girlfriend, Natalie Joy, actress Ashley Newbrough and Mikita.
Hyland later revealed that she hadn’t decided whether she would officially become “Mrs Adams” after the wedding.
“My mom didn’t take my dad’s last name, so that’s never been for me,” she told E! News in June.
“I like to say ‘Mrs. Adams’ when we’re on vacation and stuff, and when the reservation is in his name, I’m like, ‘Oh my gosh, I’m so cute.’ But I do not know. Haven’t decided yet.”