Danica McKellar married Scott Sveslosky in Hawaii last weekend, and they’ve already zipped off into their future together.
The woman who played Winnie Cooper on the ‘80s-'90s sitcom “The Wonder Years” tied the knot with her attorney beau in a small beachfront ceremony held Saturday in Kauai, People reported Thursday.
About 25 friends and family members were on hand for the sunrise event, the actress-turned-mathematician-author told the magazine.
“The forecast predicted rain, but there was not a drop of water in the clear sky,” McKellar said. “The sun came peeking up over the mountains just as I was walking down the aisle, alongside both my parents.”
As part of the ceremony, the bride and groom exchanged “family vows” with her son, 4-year-old Draco, and his, 10-year-old Hunter. “We also performed a sand ceremony where the four of us poured different-colored sand into a vase which we will keep at home,” she said.
Guests got into the tropical vibe as well, receiving a hula lesson at the reception.
On Wednesday, the “Dancing With the Stars” alum posted a teaser photo of herself with her mister, both in orangey-red helmets and some sort of gear. “
“Any guesses about what we’re doing on our tropical vacation?,” the math geek asked in the Instagram caption. “Hint: It starts with a ‘Z’ and ends in ‘Ahhhh!’”
The correct answer to that word problem? Ziplining!
She and Sveslosky, a partner at the international law firm Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton, got engaged in July.
This is a second marriage for both. McKellar said “I do” with composer Mike Verta in early 2009, but they separated in June 2012 and were divorced in February 2013.