'Sister, Sister' star Tamera Mowry marries Fox correspondent Adam Housley
"Sister, Sister" star Tamera Mowry married Fox News correspondent Adam Housley in Napa Valley on Sunday.
The couple exchanged traditional vows before 300 guests in a ceremony at an inn and vineyard. Mowry, 32, wore a gown by designer Carolina Herrera. She later changed into a two-piece Dolce & Gabbana ensemble for the sit-down reception.
"I've always wanted an outdoor wedding with lots of flowers," Mowry told People. "I feel so lucky to have this beautiful day marrying my best friend .... I feel so blessed to be marrying such an amazing man."
The 16-person bridal party included Mowry's twin, Tia Mowry, who was the matron of honor. Housley's brother Arik served as his best man among the groomsmen, who wore tuxedos and Converse sneakers.
"Tamera is beautiful inside out," said Housley, 39. He proposed to the actress in January while in Venice, Italy.
The couple danced to Journey's "Faithfully" and surprised guests with a performance of LL Cool J's "Going Back to Cali," according to the mag. Wooden farm tables adorned with pale pink and white hydrangeas and roses, olive branches and candles served the rustic wine-country theme.
Mowry changed into a third dress by Herve Leger for the after-party in a barrel room that included a DJ and a taco truck.
"You can tell they're best friends," wedding planner Mindy Weiss said of the couple. "They have a great mutual respect for one another."
The Mowry twins will star in the reality series "Tia & Tamera Take 2" this summer on Style network. The show will also document Tia's pregnancy. She is expecting a baby in July with husband Cory Hardrict.
Tamera Mowry filmed a few episodes of the newlywed sitcom "Things We Do For Love" alongside Alfonso Ribeiro. Yes, that would be the Carlton from "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," who also be directs the show. Maria Conchita Alonso and James Avery (Uncle Phil!) are also slated in the show playing their zany in-laws.
-- Nardine Saad
Photo: Actress Tamera Mowry and Fox news reporter Adam Housley at the NAACP Image Awards in Los Angeles in March. Credit: Frazer Harrison / Getty Images