The actress best known as Topanga Lawrence in 'Boy Meets World' walked down the aisle this past weekend at former cathedral Vibiana in Los Angeles.
Danielle Fishel is officially married. The "Boy Meets World" actress, 31, tied the knot with her longtime boyfriend Tim Belusko in a weekend wedding taking place at former cathedral Vibiana in downtown Los Angeles. The couple swapped vows Saturday, October 19 in front of 200 guests.
The bride wore a strapless Enzoani gown and carried a bouquet of purple flowers. She was walked down the aisle by her father Rick Fishel with Brian Culbertson's tune "Forever" playing. Six bridesmaids in midnight blue dresses and tux-clad groomsmen were on hands for the nuptials.
"10/19/13 was one of the most amazing days of my life. The love in the room was palpable and overwhelming in the best way possible. #love," she tweeted.
Ben Savage, Fishel's "Boy Meets World" on-screen husband who will reprise his role in the upcoming spin-off "Girl Meets World", was among the attendees. Their castmate Rider Strong, however, couldn't attend the event, but not without a good reason.
Strong, who played Fishel's on-screen sidekick on the coming-of-age sitcom, was actually having his own wedding. He was marrying his fiancee Alexandra Barreto this weekend in Oregon. The wedding date clash was "his fault," he told E! News, adding, "[Danielle] chose the date first."
Fishel announced her engagement in December 2012 on Tumblr while proudly declaring her graduation from college. She met Belusko while studying at California State University, Fullerton. She went back to school after her 27th birthday and earned a degree at Psychology at the age of 31.