"Grey's Anatomy" star Debbie Allen was more than just a guest during Raven-Symoné's wedding to her partner Miranda Pearman-Maday a few days ago.
As it turns out, Debbie Allen is more than just a super-talented actress and a dancer. The star recently revealed that she served as the caterer during Raven-Symoné and Miranda Pearman-Maday's wedding.
Allen treated her Instagram fans to a collage of heartwarming pictures from the event where she posed with the happy couple. One of the snaps also gave a glimpse of some delicious treats of the day.
The "That's So Raven" star, who called Allen a mentor once, married her beautiful partner in a backyard ceremony.
She broke the news on social media with a picture of herself and Maday smiling ear-to-ear as they hugged, captioning it:
"I got married to a woman who understands me from trigger to joy, from breakfast to midnight snack, from stage to home."
The former child star also thanked those who helped and understood why the wedding was small and tagged Allen in the post along with several other people.
Meanwhile, Maday also took to Instagram to express her happiness over marrying her love. She referred to Symoné as her "wife for life" and posted sweet pictures from the special day.
The ladies were casually dressed for the occasion. While Symoné opted for a full black look, Maday chose a cream-colored outfit and topped off the look with a white veil to give off that bride vibe.
Although it was a small wedding, Symoné and Maday glowed with happiness on their big day. After all, nothing compares to the joy of marrying a true love.
Symoné, who rose to fame with her roles in "The Cosby Show" and "That's So Raven," publicly addressed her sexuality in 2013 although she was aware of it when she was 12.
After the US government struck down the law prohibiting federal recognition of same-sex marriage in the same year, the actress joyfully tweeted that she could finally get married.
Although Symoné is proud of her sexuality and is not afraid to openly talk about it, she does not want it to define her. In fact, she once said she was tired of being labeled.
In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Symoné said that she does not want to be labeled as gay but be addressed as a human who loves humans.