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"Big Bang" star and noted dog-lover Kaley Cuoco got married to equestrian Karl Cook over the weekend in a gloriously over-the-top celebration. In fact, it was *so* romantic, one could say that it's a total Disney princess dream wedding.

Seriously — it has everything. If you love outfit changes, lace jumpsuits, horses, and a whole lotta love, these photos are going to make you SO happy.

The lavish part technically began the week before, with a rose gold and pink blow-out party thrown for Kaley by her friends and family.

The wedding hashtag was #kcsquared, because the bride and groom have the same initials!

With a pre-party getting THIS wild, Kaley's fans knew the wedding was going to be epic. But Disney princesses know how to party.

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Her elaborate wedding gown with lace cape by Reem Acra, and can I just say SWOOOOON.

Why don't more princesses get capes? That's what I want to know.

With the lace cape off, you can get a better look at the thin straps and delicate bustier detailing on Kaley's gown.

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Fit for the Belle of the ball!

And feast your eyes on this full and romantic skirt!

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Kaley's wedding hair for the ceremony was a loose, romantic updo with floral combs by Jennifer Behr in muted shades of pink. Because OF COURSE.

Your favorite princess could never.

Kaley's sister married the happy couple, because family is one thing every Disney princess takes seriously.

Whether you're born into it, create it, or single-mindedly pursue it out of the ocean and on to the land, family is crucial.

And their pets were part of the wedding party, because hey, sometimes family comes on four legs as well as two.

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Who needs birds helping you get dressed when you have a bulldog walking you down the aisle?

Their first kiss was in front of a beautiful floral wreath in shades of pale pink and white. I can't confirm that their love *made* those flowers bloom, but I also can't NOT confirm that.

~Princess powers~

(The couple's horses also got some love. Hey, every royal couple needs majestic steeds!)

After the ceremony, it was time to party! Cuoco changed into a low-cut Tadashi Shoji jumpsuit, paired with a kicky ponytail. Princesses live to DANCE.

(Because what could possibly be better to party in than a jumpsuit?)

And of course, we can't forget the matching denim jackets.

Because if your wedding doesn't have coordinated denim, are you even married?

Congratulations to the happy — and stylish — couple!

To see more stunning photos of the intimate wedding, follow Kaley and Karl on Instagram — and get ready to get inspired.