“Two Chicks and a Hammer” Wedding Photos

Mina Starsiak of HGTV’s Good Bones cleans up quite nicely, as evidenced by her lovely wedding photos, which just hit the Internet. HGTV shared a few pictures back in June, and now you can see dozens on the website of Stereoscope Photography, hired to capture the day cinéma vérité–style. The home renovator chose an hourglass lace trumpet gown for the ceremony at the 1899 Experience, a historic venue on the grounds of the old Central State Hospital (a mental institution—insert marriage joke here). In one of the only posed images, Starsiak sits next to a chandelier dripping with glass beads. Karen, her mother and Good Bones co-star, looks even giddier here than she does on the show. And one thing we know about Starsiak’s groom is that he also knows how to stage a production—the proposal was a scavenger hunt that ended on the 50-yard-line at the Colts training complex. It was back to work soon after the ceremony, though, as Good Bones got renewed for a second season. Episodes from the first season re-air tomorrow on HGTV starting at 8 a.m.




Yes, that IS 400 donuts from @longsbakery instead of wedding cake! #doingitright

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What a night. One more day of rest then back to filming Monday! #season2iscoming #🐤🐤🔨 #GoodBones

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