Tamera Mowry tied the knot this weekend in a dream wedding, complete with a taco truck.
People reports that the "Sister, Sister" star wed FOX News correspondent Adam Housley on Sunday before 300 of their closest friends, family and associates. Tamera wore a gown by Carolina Herrera for the ceremony, which took place at a vineyard in Napa Valley, and she wouldn’t have had it any other way.
"I’ve always wanted an outdoor wedding with lots of flowers," Tamera told People. "I feel so lucky to have this beautiful day marrying my best friend."
"Tamera is beautiful inside out," the groom, 39, gushed about his new wife.
Tamera’s sister, Tia Mowry-Hardrict, who is expecting her first child with hubby Cory Hardrict, served as matron-of-honor for the wedding.
The newlyweds honored their parents with long-stemmed roses because, as the bride explained, "Without their love and support we wouldn’t be the people we are today."
And just what kind of people are Tamera and Adam? The kind that surprised that surprised their guests by busting a move to "Going Back to Cali." Their first dance as man and wife, however, was to Journey’s "Faithfully."
For the reception Adam and Tamera, who switched into a two-piece Dolce & Gabana outfit, went with a rustic look for the wine-country wedding. The space was filled with wooden farms tables topped with pink hydrangeas and roses, white candles and olive branches. Guests chowed down on a four-tiered wedding cake by Sweetie Pies after a sit-down dinner.
The night wasn’t over just yet, though, as the couple also had an afterparty on the schedule for guests still dying to get their groove on. Naturally, the additional festivities required Tamera to slip into a dress by Herve Legera, her third ensemble of the evening.
Anyone still looking for a late-night snack as the night wore on could grab something from a taco truck stationed nearby at the reception, or a cupcake from Sift.
— Sonya Eskridge
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