Danica McKellar of ‘Wonder Years’ marries attorney beau in Kauai
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.
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