KAHALUU, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is now officially off the market after she and fiance Abraham Williams tied the knot Thursday at a historic site in Kahaluu.
Gabbard, 33, exchanged vows with Williams, 26, in a traditional Hindu ceremony -- with a Brahmin acting as the officiant – but with a Hawaiian twist since they said their “I do's” in Hawaii.
"It was the fish pond that the native Hawaiian people used to feed the village," Gabbard told People Magazine days before the wedding. It's "a secluded area with palm trees, with flowers, a quiet peaceful place."
Williams, a cinematographer and musician, was in charge of music and asked some friends to play.
Gabbard said the menu at the reception wouldn't include meat since both she and Williams are vegetarians.