Awwww, our little Ashley Banks on the Fresh Prince has grown up…I’m so happy for you new marriage celebration and new upcoming arrival of her first baby. Congratulations to her and her husband Dr. Vaughn Rasberry!
Tatyana Ali is a beaming bride!
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air actress, 37, wed her beau of almost two years, Dr. Vaughn Rasberry, on Sunday afternoon at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills, California. Now, ET has your first look inside the glamorous soiree, including photos of her simply stunning Amsale gown (flaunting the pregnant star’s growing baby bump!), his dashing Octavius Terry-designed bespoke tuxedo, and a Fresh Prince reunion.
(L-R) Barbara Avery, widow of James Avery (Phillip Banks); Karyn Parsons (Hilary Banks); Joseph Marcell (Geoffrey Butler); Ali (Ashley Banks); Rasberry; Alfonso Ribeiro (Carlton Banks), with wife Angela Unkrich.
ET broke news of the couple’s engagement and pregnancy back in March.
“Vaughn and I met on eHarmony!” Ali told ET at the time. “It was my first time dating online. We wrote letters for months before we decided to Skype. And then, of course, met.”
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“Planning our wedding has been so exciting, but when we found out we were expecting, our perspective shifted completely,” she added. “We want our ceremony to really celebrate our newest blessing! Plus, I have the best wedding planner, Michael Russo. He’s making everything so fun and stress free!”
With the help of bridal stylist Monique Peters, Ali showed off her new “blessing” in a form-fitting white gown, dripping in Dena Kemp diamonds and flashing a megawatt smile as her father walked her down the aisle. After the ceremony, dad-to-be Rasberry adorably cradled his new wife’s belly.
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Ali was joined by three bridesmaids – two sisters and one friend – all wearing knee-length, wine-colored dresses with varying necklines, also by Amsale. Each carried a small bouquet of white-and-yellow blooms with blue accents.
“The wedding decor was inspired by Tatyana’s Caribbean family history,” Russo tells ET. “Lots of bright yellow and blue flowers with touches of lush tropical greens.”