• Brianne Howey and Matt Ziering dated for five years before getting married
  • The couple first met in a bar in Los Angeles, California
  • They were supposed to get married in 2020
  • They had to cancel the wedding due to the pandemic

Brianne Howey is finally married. The "Ginny & Georgia" star tied the knot with her longtime boyfriend, lawyer Matt Ziering, in Palos Verdes, California, Saturday.

"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," the 32-year-old actress told People. "I wish all of my nights could end with a Son of a Gun fried chicken sandwich and a Spice Girls dance party."

Wearing an A La Robe gown, Howey wowed the more than 100 guests who attended the wedding. As the actress walked down the aisle, Bill Withers' track "Lovely Day" played in the background.

In a photo posted by a netizen on Twitter Sunday, the bride and the groom could be seen having fun as they danced in front of the live band.

Earlier this year, Howey recalled that she had met Ziering, 36, in a bar five years ago.

"We ran into each other three nights in a row at a couple bars in L.A.," Howey told Los Angeles Magazine, which also posted the video of the couple on Instagram. In the clip, Ziering also chimed in, "Wasn't totally random, but we had some mutual friends and now we're here!"

The couple originally planned on tying the knot in 2020. However, they had to cancel the wedding due to the pandemic. "We canceled our wedding," Howey explained. "We couldn't get married in 2020 but we did get a dog." ⁠

In May, the actress celebrated Ziering's birthday by sharing a series of photos featuring the two of them, Ziering's solo pictures and some more snaps with their dog.

"There's never a boba drought when I'm with you! Happy birthday my sweets," she wrote in the caption.

On the work front, the actress is a regular on Netflix's "Ginny & Georgia," which first aired on Feb. 24. She plays Georgia Miller's character in the series, which also stars Nikki Roumel, Antonia Gentry, Felix Mallard, Katie Douglas, Sara Waisglass and Mason Temple in the key roles.

Previously, Howey also appeared in the "Batwoman" television series, in which she portrayed Reagan's character. Ruby Rose played the title character in the series, which also featured Javicia Leslie, Meagan Tandy, Nicole Kang, Stephen Amell and Camrus Johnson.

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