Holly Madison Got Married in Disneyland — Details on Magical Wedding
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Holly Madison Got Married in Disneyland — Details on Magical Wedding

She did it! Holly Madison is officially The Bride Next Door. Holly's rep told Us Weekly she and her baby daddy, Pasquale Rotella, got married at 10:40 p.m. (so precise, it's like a birth announcement) on Tuesday, September 10 in Disneyland. "Their 6-month-old daughter Rainbow was the surprise guest of honor." Us says they had the Magic Kingdom to themselves and said their vows in New Orleans Square outside the entrance to the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. Yo ho, yo ho, a married life for she!

Holly and Pasquale got engaged back in June, shortly after the birth of their daughter Rainbow Aurora (yes, as in Princess Aurora from Sleeping Beauty).

"He proposed to me at the top of the Ferris wheel at EDC Las Vegas," Holly, 33, wrote on her website after her Prince Charming popped the question. "I was so happy that so many of our close friends were there to share the wonderful moment with us! We rode around the festival on the art car until the sun came up! I couldn’t have asked for a more wonderful or magical proposal!"

And it sounds like the wedding — planned for September 10 — will be just as magical. After all, have you seen her engagement ring? That stunner boasts 18-carats of yellow diamonds surrounded by 3.5 carats of bright pink, yellow, and blue diamond flowers. And apparently it's worth over $2 million.

To the left, Cinderella.

The happiest ceremony on earth was apparently a wholly magical affair, with a $500,000 tiara designed by Layna Rocks, the same designer that made Holly's Technicolor engagement ring. The tiara took four months to complete, according to the designer, and features 18 karat white gold flowers, diamond petals, and over 2,400 round, white diamonds. These two seem kind of made for each other — neither seem to enjoy subtlety.

We’re really hoping this honeymoon won’t be cut short by Pasquale’s ongoing legal battle, though! As a rave promoter — his events include the Electric Daisy Carnival, where he popped the question — he's one of six people indicted by the L.A. County District Attorney's office on 29 counts of bribery, embezzlement, conspiracy, and conflict of interest. Pasquale himself is facing up to 13 years in jail. Since Holly wants to have another baby before Rainbow is 2, our fingers are crossed that she'll be able to stay with her hubby for a bit longer.

Considering people pay up to $80 a pop for admission into EDC, it sounds like he sure knows how to plan out a dreamy, albeit a little trippy, colorful wonderland, which seems to be exactly Holly's steez. We're wishing this couple all the best, but we're kind of disappointed they missed the opportunity to honeymoon at Burning Man.

Source: E! Online