See Jesse Tyler Ferguson Officiate Sarah Hyland, Wells Adams’ Wedding


Wells Adams, Sarah Hyland, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
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A contemporary marriage ceremony for a Fashionable Household! Jesse Tyler Ferguson officiated Sarah Hyland’s August marriage ceremony to Wells Adams — and the actress is now sharing a video of her former costar’s candy speech at their nuptials.

“To be married by @jessetyler was a dream and a privilege. Jesse, you will have been such an incredible buddy, mentor, and an integral a part of our lives,” the Vampire Academy star, 31, wrote through Instagram on Saturday, October 22, alongside a clip of Ferguson, 47, marrying her and the Bachelor in Paradise alum, 38. “So completely happy birthday to the most effective officiant of all time!” she added in her celebratory submit. “Our marriage ceremony actually wouldn’t have been as particular with out you 💕🧙🏼‍♂️.”

Ferguson started his speech by joking about Adams’ Bachelor Nation previous.

“That is the ultimate rose ceremony,” the Broadway actor joked, eliciting laughs from the completely happy couple and the visitors, which included loads of Adams’ Bachelor Nation costars. Whereas the Class alum peppered the ceremony with varied quips — “I really feel like Gandalf,” he joked after sharing a very highly effective passage — his speech was principally solemn and honest.

“Marriage is tough work. It checks your limits,” Ferguson — who has been married to Justin Mikita since 2013 — shared with the couple, noting that whereas “marriage can typically be a wrestle … wrestle generates life and progress and deeper love.”

He continued: “No couple makes it via powerful occasions with out compassion and communication. Collaboration, appreciation for each other and the power to make one another giggle all through the toughest of occasions,” the Pete the Cat actor stated. “And this stuff are already a part of the material of your relationship.”

In response to Hyland’s submit, Ferguson joked within the feedback, “I’m gonna put this on my reel.”

After the ceremony, the actor — who portrayed Hyland’s character’s uncle on Fashionable Household for 11 seasons — revealed that it was really her TV dad Ty Burrell who was initially purported to officiate.

“I don’t know if individuals know this, however Ty Burrell was meant to do it, and there was a household emergency,” Ferguson informed Leisure Tonight in August, revealing he “received a cellphone name 12 days earlier than the marriage” asking him to do the honors. “I did name Ty, like, ‘What are a few of your bullet factors that you just had been going to speak about, as a result of I have to fast-track this.’ He hadn’t written something up, however he had some concepts, and I used to be like, ‘Oh, that is all actually good. This can be a jumping-off place.’”

He added: “I used to be honored to do it,” quipping, ”Very completely happy to understudy Ty Burrell.”

As for Hyland and Adams’ response to the ceremony, the Bachelorette alum completely informed Us Weekly that he was “crying like a child” whereas watching his bride stroll down the aisle.

“Sarah stated earlier than the marriage, ‘Should you don’t cry while you see me for the primary time strolling down the aisle, I’m gonna be actually upset,’” he informed Us final month. “And I used to be like, ‘That’s lots of stress. I’m not an actor.’”

Nonetheless, the truth star added, “Fortunately sufficient, I used to be crying like a child when she turned the nook together with her dad after which I used to be hugging her dad and I used to be crying with him, then studying the vows, I used to be crying and you understand what … she didn’t actually cry in any respect. And I used to be like, ‘What the heck. What’s occurring!’” Adams joked.