Hannah and Dylan, who got engaged in Mexico on Bachelor in Paradise's sixth season in June 2019, were in no rush to get married after the show, and then they said in 2022 they pushed back their wedding plans to cut back on their spending after buying a new home together in San Diego, CA, in late 2021.
But since then, the pair have apparently been living it up and traveling the world, including a recent vacation to Paris, France.
Hannah and Dylan therefore have fans questioning when -- or if -- they're ever going to tie the knot.
"I'm telling you guys, we will give you an update as soon as we have one," Hannah told her fans.
"I will say we've sneakily seen some venues and we know one that we really like. We're trying to figure things out."
Hannah insisted that she and her fiance are "not trying to be annoying and private about it."
Instead, Hannah shared on behalf of Dylan, "We've just been in a spot a few times where we thought we had one then something either happened logistically/financially/scheduling wise."
Another person asked Hannah for some advice when it comes to people pleasing while planning a wedding, and Hannah admitted she's been struggling with this as well.
"I really do wonder if it weren't for the 'pressure' if we would've already tied the knot by now," Hannah confessed. "Something about people expecting such a big thing from you takes away the special part of the wedding day in my opinion."
Hannah suggested it's best to drown out the noise and just focus on what's important.
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The model and social-media influencer occasionally checks in with her followers to ask their burning questions, and back in February 2022, Hannah answered a question about her dream wedding dress.
"Part of me wants simple, but then I'm like... I can always wear a simple dress. You know? Maybe I go big, like Vogue. I don't really know," Hannah told a fan.
Hannah and Dylan initially decided on an early 2020 wedding, but their planning got derailed due to the global outbreak of coronavirus -- and now more than three years have passed.
"[The date has been] pushed back a bit. We've been eyeing 2023 so we'll see how it goes," Hannah told Us Weekly in September 2021.
Dylan said at the time he and Hannah hoped to wed in Spring 2023 because they don't want to exchange vows in the winter, and Hannah shared how they had already hired a wedding planner and anticipated tying the knot in California since the West Coast has captured their hearts.
"We're loving being engaged," Hannah gushed to the magazine in 2021. "We are excited to, like, start the next chapter whenever that is though. We are getting eager for it."
But Hannah and the Vizer app co-founder were still looking for the perfect place to have their wedding.
"We've been kind of working on that a little bit. I think that, like, [the] vibe that we've been saying from the very beginning, we're still thinking of anything that feels outdoor, European-ish," Hannah revealed.
"I don't know where that's going to be, but that's the vibe at least we're aiming towards."
Hannah also confirmed she and Dylan don't want to get married on television for ABC cameras and viewers.
"For our wedding, we'd just want it to be personal, like, as close-knit as we possibly can. We want to just keep it personal and small," Hannah explained.
During Bachelor in Paradise's sixth season, Dylan called Hannah the love of his life and had no doubts in his mind that she was his person.
Dylan basically fell in love with Hannah during the first week of Paradise, but Hannah was a little terrified of investing her heart into a man after her breakup with Colton.
Dylan, however, never gave up on their potential, even when Blake Horstmann was trying to charm her.
After Hannah worked through "a few obstacles" inside of herself, she accepted Dylan's marriage proposal.
At the reunion portion of the show, Dylan said getting engaged to Hannah was "the best decision" he's ever made.
"We talk all the time, like, 'How did this all work out for us?' But for some reason, it did. He's my person and I have a different kind of love for him that I knew existed, and that's really special," Hannah shared in Summer 2019.
Hannah also revealed at the time they had met each other's families and she'd be moving from Birmingham, AL, to California in order to be closer to Dylan and his job.