When Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook tied the knot on Saturday, they were surrounded by a large group of family members and friends -- including quite a few of the furry variety.
According to Yahoo! Entertainment, fellow equestrians Kaley Cuoco, 32, and Karl Cook, 27, tied the knot at an animal-friendly location. The horse lovers decided to have an outdoors ceremony at Pomponio Ranch in San Diego. The ranch is owned by Cook's family, so the couple likely had no problem booking the venue. Kaley previously told Entertainment Tonight that there would be "no animals left behind" at her wedding, and she definitely delivered on that promise.
The wedding aisle was a walkway made out of wooden planks, but a source told E! News that Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook had to walk through a horse barn to get to the outdoors area where their guests were waiting. Kaley later shared an Instagram photo showing that at least some of the stables that the couple strolled past were occupied, but The Big Bang Theory star didn't reveal whether any of her own show jumpers were the occupants.
One of Kaley Cuoco's newest rescue animals, an adorable dwarf mini horse named Shmooshy, won over the wedding crowd by walking down the aisle with the flower girl. Shmooshy wore a placard around her neck that read, "Here comes the bride," and her flowing mane was braided with white ribbons. She also wore a white rose and a bow atop her head. The little horse later used her official Instagram page to share her thoughts about the wedding.