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The couple wed at Holly Farm in Carmel, California, on June 12, and walked down the aisle in coordinated white ensembles. Whereas Hart chose a pantsuit, cape, and thick boots, Mielniczenko opted for a ruffled dress with a plunging neckline and top-to-bottom sparkles.
On Instagram, Hart noted that fashion wasn’t necessarily her biggest priority when it came to getting married.
“When I pictured my wedding, I never pictured what I would wear…,” she wrote in a post.
However, she came to love a white satin jumpsuit designed by Pronovias while shopping at Kleinfeld Bridal in New York City, as she told Brides. Hart also added a white cape with bedazzled shoulder pads and a jewel-encrusted headband.
“I cannot thank the team @kleinfeldbridal enough for helping me envision and achieve this Full Cape Fantasy of Maximum WoodNymph Royalty,” she said on Instagram. “The Crown? The Epaulettes? The Belt? The Cape?”
Hart added: “Each altered and added and adorned without judgment! Then SHABAM! A bridal outfit was born!!!! I’ve never felt SO GOOD in something so glamorous. I could not have done it without the open-minds and open-hearts of everyone involved.”
Mielniczenko, on the other hand, told Brides that she was stuck between two gowns. While she originally chose one in New York, according to the publication, she later called and asked to take a “showstopping” Hayley Paige design instead. The bride also accessorized with Nasty Gal boots and a dazzling veil.
“We had the ultimate ‘say yes to the dress’ shopping trip,” Mielniczenko told Brides. “Our family and friends joined, and we had separate appointments because we each wanted to be surprised by our looks when we saw each other during the ceremony.”
The couple shared more details and photos from their big day in an exclusive feature with Brides.