The couple tied the knot at a California horse stable on Saturday.

By Sarah Schreiber
July 02, 2018
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Just one week after her pink-themed bachelorette party, Kaley Cuoco married equestrian Karl Cook in California. Their venue, a stable just outside San Diego, paid homage to the couple's joint-love of animals. After exchanging vows, the Big Bang Theory star posted a series of sweet photos of her and her now-husband on Instagram. Starting with an image of the twosome kissing in a barn, she captioned the snapshot with a reference to the couple's identical initials: "Legally KCSQUARED 6-30-18."

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The actress, who's big-day look was styled by friends Brad Goreski and Daniela Romero, wore a white lace wedding dress from Reem Acra, complete with a cape, reports People. As for her effortless bridal beauty look? Jamie Greenberg was responsible for her natural makeup and Christine Symonds styled her locks into a loose low bun, completing the 'do with a crystal floral headpiece.

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The star walked down the aisle to a live set by musician Gin Wigmore, which included her song "I Will Love You." According to guest footage on Instagram, the ceremony (which was officiated by Cuoco's sister, Briana!) took an emotional turn when the newlyweds exchanged personalized vows. The bride alternated between laughter and tears as Cook read his promises out loud.

For the reception, changed into a modern Tadashi Shoji jumpsuit and finished off the look with a casual high ponytail (also by Symonds!). "Ok let's party," Cuoco wrote, alongside an Instagram photo of her and her husband, ahead of the celebration.

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She wasn't the only celebrity to document the festivities on Instagram. Johnny Galecki, who plays Cuoco's onscreen husband on Big Bang Theory, posted a tribute to the couple on his own account. "Couldn't be happier for my fake wife @normancook and @mrtankcook whose words brought us all to tears last night," he wrote. "So much love for you both."

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