Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher wedding details: the dress, the garden, the glamping

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher surprised fans with news that they had married , and it turns out the venue of their whimsical nuptials is appropriately named the Secret Garden. The former That 70s Show costars, who met when she was 14 and he was 20, spent the Fourth of July weekend celebrating their love at Parrish Ranch in Oak Glen, California on a picturesque and secluded orchard.

Mila and Ashton laid on a ‘glamping’ weekend for their informal wedding celebration

According to People, the couple were already legally married and the party, for which guests camped in luxury tents, was just to mark the occasion. Both the Black Swan star and their baby daughter Wyatt Isabelle wore white.

Mila was radiant in a strapless tulle dress with crystal beading and a low-cut back, with her hair swept back in a chignon. Meanwhile, Ashton wore a dark tuxedo with a bowtie.

“He was carrying Wyatt around throughout the afternoon,” a source told Us Weekly. “He clearly loves her so much and never wanted to put her down.”

New mom Mila says her husband is an exemplary dad and champion nappy changer. In fact the hunk has even complained on social media about the lack of changing stations in mens’ bathrooms.

Ashton and Mila during the actress’ pregnancy

The photogenic duo became parents last October when Mila gave birth to little Wyatt. Ashton was previously married to Hollywood beauty Demi Moore. Their divorce was eventually finalised in 2013.

He and Mila began dating in 2012 after years of friendship. The brunette beauty has always said that their wedding would be as discreet as possible. “My theory on weddings is: Don’t invite anyone. Do it privately and secretly,” she explained. “My parents are ok with that. They’re just excited that I said yes.”

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