The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco decided to ring the changes at her wedding with a summery jumpsuit – and a cape.
The first black-and-white image gave Cuoco’s followers a side view of her delicate lace wedding – complete with floor-length lace cape.
Cuoco later shared a photo from the front, revealing that the gown’s designer was none other than Reem Acra.
“Happy forever,” she wrote.
However, Cuoco didn’t wear her gown for the entire wedding: in fact, she decided to switch up her look for the reception with an ever-so-Seventies lace jumpsuit.
“OK, let’s party,” she captioned a shot of the textured number on Instagram.
As if that weren’t enough bridal fashion for us all to sink our teeth into, Cuoco also let slip that she and Cook donned customised denim jackets for the morning after their big ‘do.
Complete with floral motifs (and a fun ‘KC squared’ slogan, due to both of their initials being the same), it’s hardly surprising that Cuoco and Cook’s jackets went down a storm on social media.
“These are the coolest jackets ever,” wrote one fan.
Another added: “This is the cutest, cheesiest thing EVER.”
Cuoco and Cook chose to tie the knot in a horse stable, which they decorated with strings of white flowers, large wreaths of roses and sprinkled rose petals on the floor.
However, while this may sound like an unusual location on paper, it makes perfect sense to the couple: he breeds “world class show jumpers”, and Cuoco competes in horse jumping – when she’s not being one of the highest-paid actresses on TV, of course.
“He’s an amazing, amazing rider and jumper, amazing equestrian and a great human,” Cuoco said of her husband on The Talk last year.
“We share our passion for horses and dogs and all that and it’s been lovely, so I’m so happy.”
And, while talking to People.com, she added: “He [Cook] lets me wake up in the morning and say, ‘I want to go and rescue rabbits.’ And he’s like, ‘All right, let’s get a coffee and let’s go.’ And that is him.
“We are the same, our views are the same, our morals are the same, he is my perfect match.”