Kaley Cuoco Starts The Year Off With A Bang & A Pink Wedding Dress

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    Talk about ringing in the New Year with a bang: Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco pulled off a surprise wedding to her boyfriend of six months, tennis player Ryan Sweeting, on Tuesday night. Like most aspects of their relatively short relationship, Kaley’s dress was anything but traditional — the star rocked a frothy, strapless Vera Wang gown in light pink. And, like Gwen Stefani and Jessica Biel before her, she wore it well.

    Cuoco showed off the blushing bridal number in a series of Instagram photos, and confirmed the wedding with a picture of the two kissing and the caption, “Yep :) #thesweetings.” She also wore a diamond headband and jewelry, with her hair in loose braids. All in all, there was a definite fairytale vibe.

    Also awesome: The couple’s seven-layer wedding cake was suspended from a chandelier hanging from the venue’s ceiling. Because, really, what is a wedding these days without a chandelier cake? Cuoco called the dessert “EPIC” on Instagram, and we can’t think of a better description for it. Equally epic were the fire-breathers and characters on stilts hired to entertain their 150 guests at the Hummingbird Nest Ranch in Santa Susana, California. We're adding our names to their golden anniversary party list as we speak,.

    The two first started dating in August, and were engaged by the end of September. Cuoco once said that she and Sweeting weren’t going to even start thinking about wedding planning until 2014 — but it seems like they were so in love, they couldn’t wait. Congrats to the happy couple!

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