The Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin star exclusively opens up to PEOPLE about married life with her husband of nearly a year
At the NBCUniversal Emmys Kick-Off Luncheon on Thursday, the Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin star, 32, opened up to PEOPLE about married life with Adams, 38.
"It's amazing," Hyland gushes. "It's like nothing's changed in the best way possible. I just got more diamonds on my finger."
After facing multiple wedding delays due to the pandemic, the Modern Family alum and the Bachelor in Paradise bartender married in an outdoor ceremony last Aug. 20 at Sunstone Winery near Santa Barbara, California.
The ceremony was also a Modern Family reunion of sorts, with ceremony officiant Jesse Tyler Ferguson joined by his and Hyland's costars Ariel Winter, Nolan Gould, Sofía Vergara and Julie Bowen among the couple's 200 well-wishing attendees.
Adams told PEOPLE in November 2022 that his favorite part of the wedding was the moment when he was able to "kiss her the second time."
"We walked halfway down the aisle and kissed again, and we did a church kiss the first time," he told PEOPLE. "And the second time was a real passionate one. And everyone's cheering. So I think that was it."
After tying the knot, the newlyweds jetted off to the Maldives for their honeymoon in October. "Paradise on Love Island 🏝✨," Hyland wrote in the Instagram caption at the time alongside a series of photos from the couple's romantic getaway.
"She looked beautiful," says Adams. "What was going through my mind was this can't be real, this can't be real life. And just how blessed and lucky I am to get to marry my perfect person."
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While Hyland says not much is different during the couple's newlywed year, there has been one noticeable change.
"I'm truly becoming a golf wife," she told PEOPLE at Thursday's luncheon. "I feel like I'm Audrey Hepburn playing golf right now. Sometimes at our golf club we'll have dinner, maybe a couple drinks, he'll go get my putter from his locker and then we'll have a really fun putt-off on the practice greens and like, gotta say, I'm a bit of a natural for not having any lessons."
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