Mykelti Brown is a married woman — the second of the Sister Wives clan to walk down the aisle. Mykelti married Antonio Padron in St. George, Utah, on Saturday.
The ceremony was held at the Bloomington Country Club, where over 400 guests watched the couple exchange vows, during a chilly outdoor ceremony. A vintage Mexican themed reception followed the ceremony.
“I’m not nervous at all and I can’t wait to spend my life with Tony,” Mykelti told People the day before the wedding. “I’m most excited about being able to wake up every morning to him and go to bed every night knowing I’m safe in his arms.”
Mykelti said that the couple planned every detail of their special day together. They chose a dramatic color scheme — maroon, silver, teal and yellow — and guests feasted on a buffet of carne asada and chili chicken tacos to celebrate the occasion. Eight varieties of cake topped off the colorful shindig, with guests choosing between carrot, red velvet, mocha, German chocolate, coconut, caramel, tiramisu and tres leches.
“My favorite thing about the wedding are the flowers,” Mykelti gushed. “They’re all hand made, white, red and silver flowers with silver pearls throughout in Talavera pots.”
The Browns — all 23 of them — were in attendance. Mykelti is the daughter of Kody and his lucky #3 — Christine Brown.
Mykelti wore an A-line sweetheart gown, with lace and beading. The lovebirds chose “Bailando” by Enrique Iglesias, for their first dance as husband and wife. The couple said on the show that they wanted to honeymoon on a beach, but are actually headed to Seattle, “to see some fun Christmas shows and lights.”
Viewers watched Mykelti negotiate her lavish affair, wheedling an overcast honeymoon out of her father, in exchange for stalling her and her future hubby’s “going to bed every night” future.
Rewind time, and catch up with the newly engaged couple, on Sister Wives, airing tonight at 8 pm ET, on TLC.
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