This is definitely not Dunder Mifflin! The Office actress Angela Kinsey married longtime love Joshua Snyder in Topanga, California, this weekend–and their wedding album is stunning.
In new photos shared with The Knot, the bride and groom exchange vows beneath a floral altar surrounded by a sea of magical lights. Another romantic snapshot shows the couple sharing their passionate first kiss as husband and wife.
Kinsey, 45, is ever the blushing bride in her wedding dress—a one-shoulder, goddess-style piece designed by J.Crew. Ironically, the brand announced last week that it will discontinue its entire wedding collection in favor of a new dress line that will debut next spring.
The couple’s rustic, outdoor wedding was captured by photographer Braedon Flynn of Braedon Photography. The event, which took place along Topanga Canyon at a venue called The 1909, was orchestrated by wedding planner Beth Helmstetter.
The Shopgirl actor, 39, and Kinsey adorably included their children in their wedding. On Tuesday, November 15, the actress shared a photo of her 8-year-old daughter, Isabel — whom she shares with ex-husband Warren Liberstein — giving her a kiss at the altar.
“My friend took this photo on Sunday during my wedding ceremony and just sent it to me,” she wrote on Instagram. “Such a precious moment for me with my daughter. I don’t mean to bombard you all with my wedding photos but this one really tugged at my heart strings and I had to share! ❤️ #thefeels.”
The newlyweds got engaged this past August. Snyder proposed with an emerald ring, and made the entire event a family affair.
“We were going out to dinner and my daughter said that first she wanted to show me the fort in the backyard that she and my boyfriend’s sons had been working on,” Kinsey revealed at the time. “She led me outside and there was a blanket by the pool and she said I had to sit on it. His sons brought me flowers and then he came around the corner with a ring. He had called my mom and asked for her blessing… That would have made my Dad so happy. He proposed and I said yes.”
Even the ring had sentimental value. “The ring is an emerald…all three of our kids’ birthstone,” Kinsey concluded. “The kids made me cards and pictures and I cried. I cried that happy ugly cry.”