By Maya Anderman
August 14, 2016 at 04:55 PM EDT
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Kevin Hart has tied the knot! 

Hart, 37, married longtime girlfriend Eniko Parrish, 31, in a wedding in California, surrounded by friends and family. 

The bride wore a custom Vera Wang lace mermaid gown which featured hand-embroidered French Chantilly lace appliqués, luxurious French tulle skirt and silk covered bridal button accents. Parrish then changed into another custom lace Vera Wang gown for their reception, this one featuring hand-placed French Chantilly lace appliqué. The couple shared shots of their nuptials on Instagram, which included photos of Hart’s two children. 


Parrish recently shared a pic for Hart’s 37th birthday captioned “I hope you’re enjoying your b–day vacay, that you truly deserve… Happy birthday my love,” she posted on Instagram. 



Hart also recently posted a pic of the two’s tropical family vacation. 


Though the wedding is only taking place now after having been together for many years, Hart confessed that marriage has been a long time coming for the couple. 

“I already feel married, the wedding is really just for her,” Hart said in a new cover story with Entertainment Weekly

In addition to his commitment to his love, Hart also emphasized the importance of his children. Despite his recent box office success, the Central Intelligence star said he always puts his family first and never wants to let fame get in the way. 

“Regardless of my level of success, I don’t ever want to lose the family feeling of a home,” he told Entertainment Weekly.

“I don’t want to be in a mansion where I have to find my kids on the east wing. I want to sit on the couch and be able to yell into the kitchen, ‘Hey come on, let’s go outside and ride a bike!’ I like two dogs, I like a fence. I don’t need no dolphins. I don’t need a shark in my shark tank.” 

Hart has two children – his son Hendrix, 8, and daughter Heaven, 11. Their mother is Hart’s previous wife Torrei Hart, whom he was married to for eight years.