‘BIP’: Hannah Godwin And Dylan Barbour Reveal The Three Things They Definitely Want At Their Wedding
Hannah Godwin and Dylan Barbour got engaged on the sixth season of Bachelor In Paradise. Though the two are more focused on planning their engagement party than wedding at the moment, they’ve let a few ceremony and reception wish-list items slip.
What Hannah Godwin and Dylan Barbour want at their wedding
“I think we talk about wedding stuff, but we’re just like, really enjoying the moment right now and like, doing us and chilling,” Godwin told Entertainment Tonight on November 15.
As for their wedding must-haves so far:
“An In-N-Out truck,” said Barbour.
“[And] good warm weather, but not too hot, because we have a little diva on our hands when it gets hot,” added Godwin. “We don’t like it to be too hot, so it will be comfortable weather.”
And, of course, “a dance floor,” per Barbour’s request. There’s no question that the couple’s reception is going to be a good time.
The groom-to-be also mentioned that he and Godwin will probably get married “somewhere local.”
Will Hannah and Dylan be filming their wedding for ‘Bachelor In Paradise’?
Though fans would love to witness Godwin and Barbour’s special day, the reality stars are thinking they’ll keep the day “private.”
“We’ll share sneak peeks for sure, but I think I’d keep it private,” Godwin told People. “We loved sharing our relationship with the world, but I think our favorite moments are just by ourselves and not having to show anybody or prove to anybody who we are or anything. So I think we might just keep it private.”
Are Hannah Godwin and Dylan Barbour living together?
The couple is still long-distance as of now. Godwin is living in Los Angels and Barbour resides in San Diego. But the couple doesn’t go more than eight days without seeing each other.
“We’re just literally driving or taking the train back and forth and seeing each other every week,” Godwin told ET. “We made it a pretty semi-solid pact where we’re like, ‘We’re not going to go over a week without seeing each other. It doesn’t work.’”
“I think we’re going to figure out what makes the most sense for both of us,” Barbour added.
In the meantime, the couple’s getting excited to introduce their families at Thanksgiving.
“My family’s coming out and visiting his family, so we’re combining all of it,” said Godwin. “Our moms met through FaceTime and they’re like, texting besties, but [they haven’t met] face-to-face yet.”
“They’re going to love each other,” Barbour added.