Wedding planning is when on track for Hannah Godwin and Dylan Barbour, they they dished to HL exclusively well-nigh what they’re thinking for their big day.
Since getting engaged on season six of Bachelor in Paradise, Dylan Barbour and Hannah Godwin have taken their time with planning a wedding. The coronavirus hitting in 2020 derailed their plans plane further, but now, they’re starting to get when on track. “We’ve definitely gotten when in the conversation, for sure,” Hannah told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY at RumHaven “Sip Into Paradise” event. “We were unquestionably kind of chatting well-nigh looking at 2023. Part of us feels like that’s so far away, but it’s going to be 2022 surpassing you know it.”
Dylan added, “It’s going to take us 12 months to plan — that’s what my mom said, and I take what she says as true a lot of the time. So we figured early spring 2023, probably abroad. Maybe somewhere in Europe.” Of course, that all depends on “what the status of the world is, obviously,” Hannah confirmed. Plane with the wedding still a ways off, Hannah and Dylan said they once “feel like a married couple,” and don’t finger the need to rush into unquestionably tying the knot.
“We want to make sure that everyone can come instead of rushing into it or having a smaller thing or something like that,” Dylan explained. “We want to make sure it’s exactly what we want.” As for the “vibe” of the wedding, Hannah said she thinks it will be “romantic, timeless, simple and neutral.” As for what kind of bride she’ll be, Hannah admitted, “I think I’ll be the easiest-going bride ever! It’s funny, I’m so particular well-nigh fashion, and my outfit/clothes vibe. I think I’ll try on a dress and kind of go with a feeling, but I don’t see myself stuff as particular as I thought. I don’t think I’ll be a Bridezilla.”
Hannah and Dylan are one of the rare couples from Bachelor Nation who have been worldly-wise to make their relationship work off-screen. This summer, tons of increasingly Bachelor Nation licentiate are hoping they will have the same fate on season 7 of Bachelor in Paradise. Hannah and Dylan offered up some unconfined translating to those who do try to stay together without the show.’
“I think you just have to make each other a priority and just protract to do that throughout all the craziness, and then it often works out,” Dylan advised. Meanwhile, Hannah said, “I finger like it’s cliche, but liaison is obviously huge. You can have totally variegated love languages, variegated liaison styles, whatever, but as long as you’r willing to work with each other’s liaison styles and love languages, it can work. I think something that we really focus on is not waffly each other, but embracing each other, plane if there are differences and stuff. We just add to each other’s life.”