Kaley Cuoco’s Stunning Pink Wedding Dress Already Wins Best Gown Of 2014

kaley cuoco ryan sweeting 2Kaley Cuoco and tennis player Ryan Sweeting got married (to each other!) on New Year’s Eve, and from the photos, it looks like a beautiful and adorable affair. First off, I am about to type a sentence that I am not prepared for: I love Cuoco’s cotton-candy pink Vera Wang wedding dress.

Do you think this caption is a pun?

“Last night I married my sweetheart :) life couldn’t be sweeter”

Get it? Because of his last name? Oh gosh. That joke’s got a lot of mileage in it. Here’s another shot of the pair, from Sweeting’s Instagram account.

As far as weddings go, I am 100% in favor of the non-white wedding dress. Why is that even a thing anymore? It’s your wedding day, so shouldn’t it just be an accepted thing that you get to wear whatever the hell you could possibly want? If you force everyone you know to spend their New Year’s Eve with you, it feels like wearing a dress in any color (or romper, overalls, jeans, or skirt ensemble) you want should be totally allowed. Then again, I guess we all have confirmation now that Cuoco may or may not have had premarital sex, so somebody call up the One Million Moms or something so we can organize a protest.

Now here’s something I’m confused about–why is it a thing to have your wedding on a major holiday? I like weddings as much as the next curmudgeon (not a lot, only if they involve people I really, really like), but I’m not really sure on the etiquette of asking people to cancel plans with their families or their Netflix queues and a bottle of wine or three to go celebrate their holy union. Am I being a total prick here? Help me be better.

New Year’s Eve wedding or not, Cuoco looked unbelievable and they look genuinely happy and in love. It’s hard not to smile when you look at these two.

Photos: Instagram

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    • Samantha_Escobar

      While I’m not a big fan of Kaley Cuoco (well, namely Big Bang Theory, but that has sort of meant I don’t like everyone on the show), I think these are (A) amazingly cute (B) gorgeous dress-wise and (C) really really really freaking cute.

    • Lindsey Conklin

      I really like the dress–suprisingly, as I normally am reminded of Pepto Bismol, and I think “life couldnt get any sweeter” IS PRECIOUS!!! congrats KALEY!!!

    • Choo

      I think New Years Eve is an okay holiday to monopolize. Most people are looking for a party where they can dress up and get their booze on. I believe a wedding fits this description. It would be different if someone got married on Christmas.

      ALSO I love non-white wedding dresses! I can’t wait until there are more to choose from that aren’t more expensive than my car…

    • Anne Marie Hawkins

      Huh, I am shockingly nuts about that dress. I love that the color tuned the princess-y-ness of it way down.

      IMO people get married on holidays so that they can never forget an anniversary.

    • JennyWren

      I know that my sister originally wanted her wedding to be on New Year’s Eve because both her and her fiance really, really hate the exorbitant pressure of that particular holiday, and it would have been an awesome way to defer any subsequent entreaties to celebrate New Year’s Eve (“sorry, can’t come out, it’s our anniversary!”)
      They ended up choosing a different date in the end because it’s hugely expensive for most people to get married on that day, but I think it would have been fine anyway. If you’re close enough to the bride to be in the bridal party you probably won’t mind missing one night with your family to attend, and if you’re just a regular guest you can either graciously decline the invitation or go for the ceremony/some of the reception and slip away early. Couples normally give plenty of notice (those “Save the Date!” cards preceding the actual invitation always seemed a bit overboard to me, but they do have their uses) for people to make arrangements, and in any case there’s always lots of reasons people can’t make it to weddings- you’d have to be extremely petty to be offended by it.

    • Natalie

      Love it. I also kinda like the wedding on NYE thing. It takes the stress of trying to plan something and probably where you will be. Hopefully you will be with your friends and there will be booze and cake, and really isn’t that what you’d be doing anyway?

    • ktree

      The Vera Wang david’s bridal collection has this brown ombre wedding dress that I want SO BAD.

    • Amanda

      She had my dream wedding. I wonder if I can borrow her wedding when I get married.

    • anna

      I was thinking about how I always pictured a winter wedding and how NYE was actually a great idea! I hate NYE generally so it would make me fond of it? But then also it might be cursed with my NYE curse. Also, it would suck to have to share your anniversary with a major holiday.

      • anna

        I would say New years day but everyone would be so hung over, including myself

    • Naomi

      I am 100% down with the not-white/ivory/cream/eggshell wedding dress. It wasn’t a thing until Queen Victoria made it trendy and I don’t think anyone thinks I’m marrying my live-in of 5 years as a virgin.
      Much to the chagrin of a few, I’ve chosen a dove gray/silver Tadashi Shoji gown for my wedding next year and couldn’t be happier about it.

    • Cee

      What’s going on in the first picture?! Is he that tall? Is she carrying him? Is she falling? What is happening?!

      I like her dress. I think I would get a lavender wedding dress if I had to go without white. Dunno..got a lot of time to ponder!