Two Harts have become one! Comedian Kevin Hart has just tied the knot with his sweetheart, Eniko Parrish, in a lavish wedding ceremony this weekend. And while we're used to having Hart bring tears to our eyes with side-splitting laughter, we're just plain crying over the couple's gorgeous wedding photos, as well as their brand new, over-the-top wedding rings.
After a two-year engagement, Hart and Parrish wed in a Santa Barbara, California ceremony on Saturday evening. "I honestly can say that I'm lucky enough to have an amazing woman," Hart told Us Weekly ahead of the big day. "I'm looking forward to getting married. We got seven years under our belt, been engaged for two. It's time." And the time finally arrived!
For her walk down the aisle, Parrish donned a custom Vera Wang mermaid wedding dress, featuring a tulle skirt, sheer bodice, and French Chantilly lace appliqués, according to People magazine, while Hart kept things classic in a traditional black tux. And the nupitals were a true family affair with the best man role being filled by Hart's eight-year-old son Hendrix, whom he shares with his ex-wife Torrei Hart. His daughter Heaven was also of course in attendance, matching the bride in a white cocktail dress accessorized with a flower crown.
The couple exchanged blinged-out wedding bands — to go with the bride's show-stopping engagement ring, we assume. Hart shared an image of their new rings, which includes a super sparkly men's band for Hart, with the caption "#DopePic." Indeed!
Just as breathtaking as the bride's wedding gown was the Harts' heart-stopping wedding venue. The couple took their big day portraits in a stunning white gazebo draped in greenery, while the reception locale featured wooden tables and chairs adorned with white blooms, and crystal chandeliers hanging overhead. Parrish also pulled off a quick costume change post-"I do's," exchanging her mermaid frock for another Vera Wang gown with long lace sleeves and an open back. Oh, and the after-party included an honest to goodness ferris wheel and a merry-go-round according to a Snapchat video posted by the bride. Was this a wedding or a carnival? Either way, why weren't we invited?!