Holly Madison Marries Pasquale Rotella at Disneyland

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Holly Madison and Pasquale Rotella in July (Getty Images)

Looks like Holly Madison finally got her happily ever after.

"The Girls Next Door" alum married Pasquale Rotella at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, at 10:40 p.m. PT on Tuesday after the park closed, a rep for Madison confirms to omg!. "Their 6-month-old daughter Rainbow was the surprise guest of honor."

Sources tell omg! that the fairy tale themed ceremony with about 150 guests took place at the Blue Bayou restaurant at the theme park's New Orleans Square, which looks out onto the boats of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. After the ceremony, many of the guests went on the Pirates ride.

The party lasted until daybreak with DJ Kaskade spinning tunes until the early hours!

Rainbow's middle name is "Aurora," and she's named after a Disney princess, so it was especially fitting that the wedding was fairytale themed. Rainbow's dress matched those of the bridesmaids. Their daughter was a huge part of the ceremony with Holly taking time to hold her during the ceremony. There was a big family hug during the ceremony with dad, the bride and daughter. One source says that Holly looked like a dead ringer for Sleeping Beauty.

Rotella is the founder and CEO of Insomniac events, which produces the popular Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) dance music festivals. The couple got engaged at the flagship Las Vegas EDC this past June. Rainbow was born this past March. It's the first marriage for both.

Before tying the knot, Madison made sure all of her ducks were in a row in advance. The 33-year-old tweeted on Monday:

Last week, an L.A. Superior Court judge threw out the civil complaints Pasquale faced in allegedly conspiring to deprive the L.A. Memorial Coliseum of revenue.

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Pasquale and Holly at EDC '13 / Holly as Alice (Getty Images/Splash News)

Madison, who famously dated Hugh Hefner, is clearly one of Disney's biggest fans. She threw a Disney-themed bachelorette party for herself in L.A. a few weeks ago, sporting an "Alice in Wonderland"-inspired costume, while the home where the soirée took place was decorated to look like "The Haunted Mansion." The personal pics section of her website is also filled with Disney-themed posts.

On Tuesday afternoon, she even posted a pic on Instagram of what she called her "fave obscure Disney character: Clarice!"

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