RAVEN-SYMONE got some help from Grey’s Anatomy executive producer and That’s So Raven director Debbie Allen on her wedding day.
The 70-year-old TV exec chipped in and catered Raven’s small backyard wedding to now-wife Miranda Maday.
The Disney Channel star revealed to her over 2 million Instagram followers on Thursday that she’d “changed [her] life for the better” recently and tied the knot.
As the ceremony had to be small due to restrictions on gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic, it appears guests were more than happy to lend an extra hand to make Raven‘s big day special.
Debbie, owner of the Debbie Allen Dance Academy, captioned a collage of photos from the affair: “I was the caterer for guess who’s wedding…”
She posted four photos from the event, including one of Raven and wife Miranda smiling from ear to ear and a selfie of Debbie with the brides.
The choreographer also shared a picture of her wearing a black apron over a yellow ensemble and another of the food she’d prepared for the festivities.
Raven, 34, commented to say “the oysters were bomb,” while Miranda thanked “Mama D” for making their “day so special.”
The Off The Menu social media manager added: “We love you so much!!”
She also further thanked loved ones and fans with an Instagram Stories post, saying how much she appreciates the “outpouring of love.”
Shortly after announcing their marriage, Raven and Miranda revealed they’d celebrated getting hitched with matching tattoos of the letters P and M — for Raven’s surname Pearman and Miranda’s Maday — on their ring fingers.
When she first shared the exciting news with fans, the Raven’s Home star captioned a loving shot of her and her wife: “I got married to a woman who understands me from trigger to joy, from breakfast to midnight snack, from stage to home.
“I love you Mrs. Pearman-Maday! Let’s tear this world a new a**hole!!!
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As for Miranda, she celebrated being newly-married by sharing a sweet boomerang video of her and the That’s So Raven alum kissing, writing along with it that at 8 p.m., Raven became her “wife for life.”
It’s unclear how the two met, but Off The Menu, where Miranda works, is an invite-only app focused on Los Angeles restaurants and partners with many celebrities.