Diminutive comedy superstar Kevin Hart, 37, married his longtime lady person Eniko Parrish, 31, somewhere (a private tarmac?) near Santa Barbara, CA this weekend. They had a Ferris Wheel and a merry-go-round! And they avoided a tacky “Royal Wedding” theme. No one got pissed on or shoved into a pool. Their wedding wins.
People reports that Eniko sported the customary two Vera Wang gowns during the festivities. Did Vera have every other celebrity wedding dress designer killed some time ago? They all go to the same one. Doesn’t she ever repeat herself? She’s a monopoly.
These two are a boon to a celebrity gossip blog because they put EVERYTHING on social media. They put the engagement on social media (he proposed at her birthday party almost two years ago). They put laying down, walking around, and sitting together on social media. I’m surprised they haven’t put their sexy times together on social media. Wedding pics are already up on href=”https://www.instagram.com/enikobaby/” target=”_blank”>Instagram, and you can peruse them below. Kevin’s son Hendrix, 8, was his best man, and daughter Heaven, 11, was a bridesmaid.
Hart told E! that, despite sweating the guest list, the day was all about him and his bride.
“I don’t like to talk about it ’cause I don’t know details,” he told E! News in an interview last month. “What I do say is, ‘Honey, you have an amount. Don’t go above the amount. Come to me when it’s time to sign the check. It’s your day to be happy.'”
However, he did help pick out the guest list, which he admits isn’t always easy. His advice? “You make sure that you invite the people that can’t come up to you later and go, ‘Hey man why didn’t you invite me?'”
“It’s not a day about who was there,” he continued. “It’s a day for us.”
Kevin also stated his intent to have a wedding that stood out from everybody’s else’s wedding. Everyone says that. Ours is going to stand out! Even I said that. The only thing that stood out at my wedding was when I told everyone to go outside to light off their cliché sparklers, and I forgot that there was only one door that opened onto the designated area, and our guests began thumping off a wall of glass like suicidal birds blinded by the sun.
“You don’t do what’s been done. You don’t do the norm,” he told us recently. “This is a different generation, and this is a different day. So you make your day what you want it to be. That’s the beauty of a wedding!”
They had a Ferris Wheel! We had some couches near the dance floor, and I thought that was so badass. Can I go back and have a Ferris Wheel? Actually, no. Wedding planning is like punching yourself in the nuts once a day for a year.
Check out shots from Kevin Hart’s wedding festivities below.