Last Man Famed Actress Molly McCook and Actor John Krause are officially married!
The Broadway Actor tied the knots with Actress on Saturday in California at the Santa Barbara Zoo
The 29-year-old Good Trouble actress and her longtime love tied the knot on Saturday (September 7) at the Santa Barbara Zoo in Santa Barbara, Calif.
McCook took to her Instagram to share the exciting news along with some photos and videos from the ceremony.
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Our very own fairytale. Thank you @lucasrossiphoto + his team for giving us photos and footage like this to have forever. And thank you to everyone who helped make this weekend what it was. Beyond all hope and expectations. The first day of our lives @johnakrause ? #McKrauseWedding
“We did it! The absolute best day of my life. My now wonderful HUSBAND has turned my world upside down in the most magical way,” McCook wrote.
She continued, “Thank you to everyone who made this wedding so special, which is so many of you. Thank you @lucasrossiphoto for being the best of the best and capturing our day. We ♥️ U.”
Molly told me that the couple chose to get married at a zoo because when John was on the road as a Broadway performer, the couple would love to visit every zoo in each city.
McCook chose to wear an ethereal wedding dress by Liz Martinez on her wedding day, Lucas Rossi Photography and Lucas Rossi/Rossi Bros. Media photographed and produced a video of the big day. Produced by Events by Rincon and Planned by Wild hearts Event.
During the ceremony, the stars who tapped Party Pleasers, Luxe Linen, Sophia Loves Letters, Unique Floral Designs and the Tent Merchant to help bring their wedding plan to life were surrounded by the “ocean to the west and the mountains to the east,” says John, 29-year-old.
“I couldn’t think of a more perfect spot to say ‘I do.’”
The couple had lots of famous friends in attendance like singer Betty as well as Katie Stevens and Maia Mitchell Who, who both served as bridesmaids.
Now, John and Molly, the couple are looking forward to everything to come in the future.