BRIANNE Howey finally said “I do” to her fiancée Matt Ziering after previously canceling their wedding due to Covid.
The Ginny & Georgia star announced in March that they had “postponed” their ceremony, but made up for it by getting a dog.
Brianne, 32, married her fiancée Matt Ziering, 36, in a beautiful garden ceremony on Saturday.
The couple was surrounded by loved ones during the event which was hosted at a family home in Palos Verdes, California.
The Netflix star told People: “It was the most beautiful feeling to be surrounded by so many people we love.
“The night was more magical than I could have ever imagined,” she gushed.
Brianne and Matt had a small guest list of just over 100 people as they were finally able to say “I do” after postponing last year.
The actress wore a gorgeous and sleek A La Robe gown from Loho as she walked down the aisle to Bill Withers’ “Lovely Day”.
For dining, the pair kept things casual with catering from the Los Angeles eatery Jon & Vinny’s.
Brianne and her hubby originally planned to wed in October of 2020, but their plans were disrupted by the pandemic.
They previously spoke to LA magazine about their decision to postpone, as they remained “hopeful” for the future.
“Hey I’m Brianne,” the rising talent began, as her fiancée chimed in, “And I’m Matt.”
Brianna continued: “We met about five-plus years ago, a little more than five years ago.
“We ran into each other three nights in a row at a couple bars in LA.”
“Wasn’t totally random, but we had some mutual friends and now we’re here!” Matt added.
“We were supposed to get married in October but as you guys know, there’s Covid going on.”
Brianne then admitted: “We needed to postpone,” before her man offered: “Hopefully we’ll get married this year. In 2021!”
“Instead of a wedding in 2020, we got a puppy!” the Ginny & Georgia lead exclaimed.
GINNY & GEORGIA
The California native recently landed her breakout role as Georgia Miller in the Netflix original.
Brianne played an eccentric 30-year-old mom to a 15-year-old rebellious teen, who had a dark and ominous past.
After the first season aired, fans were scouring the internet for news on a second, and on April 19th the network revealed the series had been renewed.
However, not all feedback on the hit show has been positive, as the script discussed touchy topics such as race and gender equality.
Show creator Sarah Lampert previously disclosed her choice to have Brianne’s on-screen daughter Ginny lose her virginity in the first episode.
“A lot of our show is about subverting tropes, and one of my least favorite tropes is the idea that virginity is — and only for women, really — something special to hold onto.
“What I love that we did — and everyone was on board with and wanted to do — was, right in the pilot, have Ginny lose her virginity because this wasn’t going to be a show where that was something that was a part of her identity and protected throughout the season.
“We wanted to not have it be this thing.”
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