Taylor Cole has been a mainstay on the Hallmark channel and has become one of the network's go-to actresses.

She started in 2016 with Appetite For Love and has appeared in several Hallmark Channel made-for-TV films in just four years. These movies include Ruby Herring Mysteries: Prediction Murder, Unlocking Christmas, Christmas Festival of Ice, and more.

Coincidentally, she met her husband, Cameron Larson, a producer, and production manager, while working on one of these movies. And their love story is very similar to Hallmark’s 2020 Valentine’s Day special, Matching Hearts. 

In the movie, Cole starred as a matchmaker named Julia, who was assigned by her mentor to find the right woman for a businessman, only to find out that she was his perfect match. 

Taylor Cole and husband at a wedding.

Taylor Cole and her husband attending a wedding. (Source: Instagram)

Meanwhile, in real life, the actress set out to find a match for her husband, who was one of her oldest friends at the time. 

She attempted to set Larson up with a few of her friends. “Luckily, similar to the movie, none of the matches worked, and we both realized we were perfect for each other,” the actress said.

Taylor Cole and Her Husband Cameron Larson's Wedding

On June 20, 2020, the couple finally got married on the shores of Lake Tahoe. 

The couple had an intimate wedding celebration with just an officiant and a handful of others as the coronavirus was at an all-time peak. 

They had initially prepared for a wedding of over 100 people, but after discussing with their parents, they realized they did not want to postpone the wedding. 

It took some time for Cole to accept that her father would not be walking her down the aisle, but in the end, they went ahead with the wedding. 

“We couldn’t wait — we were too excited to profess our love and commit to each other. It sounds a little cheesy, but when you know you know, and we wanted our forever to start as soon as possible,” the actress explained.

To ensure that their friends and family did not miss the big event, their videographer, Jordan Drew, helped them livestream the event. 

The Hallmark star had a phone attached to her right arm so that her father could virtually walk her down the aisle.

Thankfully, they pulled that off, and several virtual guests commented on how moving that moment was for all of them.

Taylor Cole’s Beautiful Pandemic Wedding

The husband and wife worked with the wedding planner and designer Courtney Cyphers, who also served as their required witness. 

Cole wore a vintage Hollywood-inspired Vera Wang dress and had Sarah Santana help her with the make-up and hair. 

Meanwhile, her husband wore Hugo Boss. Both wore masks made by their friends, Jenny and Robert Buckley.

Cole said their wedding “was unconventional and unique for sure, and definitely very 2020.” She added they made the best of it, and luckily, it was a perfect day. 

The couple could not be happier and noted they could not wait to celebrate with their family and friends when it was safe to do so again.