Danica McKellar, Scott Sveslosky

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It's official!

Danica McKellar tied the knot with Scott Sveslosky in an intimate ceremony on Kauai over this past weekend.

The Wonder Years star exchanged vows in front of 25 close friends and family members, E! News can confirm. (People magazine was the first to report the news.)

The brunette beauty, who played the lovable Winnie Cooper in the hit series, couldn't help but gush to the publication about her special day.

"It was absolutely magical," she explained. "We were married at 6:30 a.m. in a sunrise ceremony. The forecast predicted rain, but there was not a drop of water in the clear sky. The sun came peaking up over the mountains just as I was walking down the aisle, alongside both my parents."

McKellar announced her engagement to the attorney in July of this year on Twitter.

"So...can you guess what my big news is??" she teased before sharing a photo of herself with a stunning (and massive, we might add!) diamond ring.

McKellar followed that up with the tweet, "Yep, my amazing boyfriend Scott & I are engaged!! (He's the one @iamvalc did a shout out to on #DWTS) :) Hugs to you all!"

At the time, Val Chmerkovskiy made reference to McKellar's now-husband during a clip of their Dancing With the Stars rehearsals.

He playfully thanked Sveslosky for being so understanding in allowing him to dance with his beautiful girlfriend.

This marks the second marriage for the former child star, who is mom to 3 1/2-year-old son Draco with ex-husband Mike Verta.

The two got married in 2009 after an eight-year relationship, but McKellar filed for divorce in 2012. 

Congratulations to the new Mr. and Mrs. Sveslosky!

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