See the Wedding Pics 'Sister, Sister' Star Marques Houston & His Wife Miya Shared on Instagram
"Sister, Sister" star Marques Houston and his lovely bride Miya Dickey shared memorable and heart-melting wedding photos on their Instagram page.
“Sister, Sister” alum Marques Houston exchanged vows with Miya Dickey at an intimate ceremony which took place in California on August 24 in the presence of a small group of close family and friends.
The actor shared a dreamy wedding photo on his Instagram and he and his wife looked great as they stood side by side in their coordinated wedding attires.
The Houstons' white-themed ceremony took place at Eagle Glen Golf Club in Corona and the venue’s beautiful decoration had white flowers sprinkled around the aisle.
Houston revealed that he met Dickey in 2018 during a Jehovah’s Witness convention.
Dickey also shared in the fun as she shared a couple of their wedding photos on her page. The beautiful bride’s flawless dress was detailed with a mermaid tail and her long veil was definitely a show stopper as she walked down the aisle while holding her lovely bouquet.
“You don’t have to be my blood to be the one I call Dad. You’re just the best father figure and best friend anyone could ask for...”
Their special wedding guest list featured Houston’s Immature bandmates, Jerome Jones and Kelton Kessee, as well as recording artist MAJOR who also graced their special event and performed Dickey’s favorite song, “Why I Love You.”
Before the wedding, the bride had a surprise virtual quarantine bridal shower on July 25. After the party, the happy bride appreciated her friends for the surprise shower and gifts on Instagram.
Houston, 39, and Dickey, 19, got engaged in March 2019, and after comments of their 20 years age difference surfaced, Houston took to his Instagram to defend his engagement.
Houston revealed that he met Dickey in 2018 during a Jehovah’s Witness convention, and she was friends with Stokes' daughter. He also expressed that they didn’t start dating until she was of age.
Houston’s acting career may have taken the back seat after his iconic acting roles in "Sister, Sister" in 1994, "You Got Served" in 2004, and "Fat Albert" in 2004, but his writing, producing, and musical career, took a different turn.
According to reports, Houston has written and produced several films and TV shows, such as the TV series “Howard High” and the movie, “Running Out of Time.”
He once revealed that he writes songs for other artists and according to reports, Houston is working on new music despite his seven years of absence from the music industry.