Hannah and Dylan, an engaged Bachelor in Paradise Couple, Discuss Bizarre Wedding Plans

Hannah and Dylan, an engaged Bachelor in Paradise Couple, Discuss Bizarre Wedding Plans ...

Three couples left the beach engaged when season six of Bachelor in Paradise ended: Demi Burnett and Kristian Haggerty, Chris Bukowski and Katie Morton, and Dylan Barbour and Hannah Godwin.

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Barbour asked Godwin on national television in 2019 for a love I had never heard of, he said before kneeling down on one knee and proposing. Even though they had only met for a few weeks, Godwin accepted the invitation.

Barbour was originally on Hannah Brown's season of The Bachelorette, while Godwin was on Colton Underwood's season of The Bachelor. Although neither of them found true love with their respective leads, they immediately fell in love on the beaches of Paradise.

Although the couple is taking their time walking down the aisle, they are still very much together and are mulling over their wedding plans at their own pace.

Whats The Hold Up?

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Godwin explained in an exclusive interview with Distractify that we go back and forth about whether or not we want to have a destination wedding or keep it abroad. Every beautiful place we visit I keep thinking, This would be an amazing place to get married.

According to Distractify, the couple is planning a trip to Greece. They are also considering a venue there as well. They have also not ruled out tying the knot in San Diego, where they are currently residing.

Despite all of the debate over venues, Godwin feels fortunate that we are both very involved in the wedding planning, which is wonderful because one of us isnt handling it all on our own. Dylan is talented, which is one of the things I love about him, but we sometimes get stuck in the brainstorming phase. We need to set a date, ideally in the next year, according to the social media influencer.

A Carnival Themed Wedding?

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Barbour said, "I think the hardest thing about wedding planning is determining the aesthetic." The 28-year-old has some unique ideas about what that aesthetic should be.

We are on the same page with Barbour's most essential remarks. I have a few silly ideas that Hannah just shrugs off. For example, I've considered arranging a carnival themed black tie wedding with elaborate carnival games and prizes.

Although she isn't particularly interested in the idea, Godwin hasn't completely shut it down either. We'll see what we find out about it, according to Dylan. I'm not completely sold on the black-tie aspect of the wedding and carnival events, much less!

The idea of a carnival themed wedding isn't as widespread as it may appear. According to a 2018 article published in Wedding Bazaar.com, carnival themes are the next big trend in weddings. Why not include that innocent, joyful fun into your wedding day? Because What is more carnival-like than that?