Boy Meets World's Danielle Fishel Marries In Los Angeles
By Jessica Rawden 1 year ago
Danielle Fishel is set to play a wife onscreen on Disney’s soon-to-air series Girl Meets World, but now she’s also finally tied the knot in real life. Over the weekend, the actress scheduled nuptials with her partner of five years, Tim Belusko, getting married in Los Angeles on Saturday, October 19.
The couple was married at the events venue Vibiana, a downtown space that used to be a chapel, and according to the venue’s site, offers 35,000 of luxurious space with a rich historical background. According to People, the bride opted to wear a strapless dress created by Enzoani. US Weekly reports she carried a purple bouquet to match and her bridesmaids wore gorgeous midnight blue dresses.
The ceremony was reportedly a short one, but like any marriage, it was a big deal for Fishel and Belusko. The 32-year-old actress took to Twitter on Sunday to give thanks for her big day.
There’s actually a bit of an age gap between the actress and her 25-year-old husband, but there is an explanation for how the two met. A few years ago, Fishel ultimately decided it was time to go back to school and earn a college degree. The decision was a tough one, and it meant that Fishel, then 27, would be one of the oldest students in many of her classes. She toughed it out and faced her fears, earning a degree in 2012. Somewhat more importantly, the actress became so good at math that she started tutoring, eventually meeting Belusko via the tutoring service. You can read more about that story over at Tumblr.
College relationships can often be flighty, but Fishel and Belusko’s was built to last. This Saturday, they confirmed their commitment in front of more than 200 guests, including Fishel’s Boy Meets World and Girl Meets World co-star, Ben Savage. I’d say returning to college was certainly a trip worth taking. Now, they should even have a few months to settle into the marriage and even take a honeymoon trip before Girl Meets World starts shooting in November.