Naya Rivera reveals wedding dress in never-before-seen photo

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Naya Rivera has shared the first photo from her and Ryan Dorsey's nuptials, seven months after the wedding took place. Clearly feeling in a romantic mood on Valentine's Day, Glee star Naya posted a throwback photo to the day she tied the knot with actor Ryan.

"Happy Valentine's Day to the best husband in the world," she captioned the image, which showed the couple embracing after saying their vows. "I love you!"

Naya shared the never-before-seen photo on Valentine's Day


Naya's photo also gave her fans and bridal enthusiasts alike a glimpse of her bespoke Monique Lhuillier gown, an ivory lace dress which featured an open back and long sleeves.

The picture also shows the intimate sunset setting of the couple's ceremony, which took place in front of just 12 guests on the beach at Cabo San Lucas in Mexico.

Ryan and Naya tied the knot seven months ago in Mexico



Naya surprised her fans when she married actor Ryan Dorsey as the wedding took place just three months she ended her engagement to rapper Big Sean.

Naya, 27, and Ryan, who had reportedly been friends for four years, married Ryan's 31st birthday on 19 July, which also happened to be her originally chosen wedding date with her former fiancé.

"We feel truly blessed to be joined as husband and wife," the couple told People in a statement shortly after tying the knot. "Our special day was fated and everything we could have asked for."

The Glee actress wore a bespoke wedding dress by Monique Lhuillier



The union not only surprised celebrity wedding watchers, Naya's Glee co-star Chris Colfer admitted he wasn't sure if news of the marriage was true or not.

Naya Rivera gives fans first glimpse of engagement and wedding rings

"I didn't know it was real at first. I wasn't sure if I should congratulate because you never know what’s real anymore," he said. "I didn't know, but I was very happy for her. They are a cute couple. I think she's very happy. I said, 'Congratulations, that's great,'"

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