In the sweet snap, the newlyweds are all smiles and Miranda, wearing white, excitedly hugs her wife's neck.
"I got married to a woman who understands me from trigger to joy, from breakfast to midnight snack, from stage to home," Raven captioned the pic. "I love you Mrs. Pearman-Maday! Let’s tear this world a new a**hole!!!"
"PUMPKIN!!! Congrats!!!" actress Yvette Nicole Brown commented on the post.
Raven's Cheetah Girls co-star Adrienne Bailon also commented, writing, "CONGRATULATIONS"
Raven responded to Bailon's message, writing, "thanks boo. Took me forever but I'm in the club now!"
Raven also shared a photo of a house, writing, "Thank you to all those who helped and for those who understand why it was small during this time."
In the post, Raven tagged seven people, including actress Debbie Allen, perhaps hinting at who attended the nuptials.
Miranda also posted a moment from the big day on Instagram, sharing a gif of her and Raven sharing a celebratory kiss. "8PM ~ my wife for life ❣️," she captioned the post.
There were also pics posted on Miranda's Instagram Story. In one shot, Raven kissed Miranda on the cheek as they sat in a car, while another photo gave a full-length view of their wedding looks.
Two additional pics also showed off the few guests, all of whom were sporting masks, that attended the big day.
Raven later posted more photos from her special day, and introduced her wife to fans on an IGTV. The star thanked everyone for their love and support, joking that she wasn't expecting the reaction, but appreciates it.
Raven also revealed that her and Miranda's rings were bought for $50 dollars at the thrift store due to coronavirus. Their real rings will arrive in 10 weeks.
Raven came out back in 2013, when she celebrated the legalization of gay marriage nationwide. "I can finally get married! Yay government! So proud of you," she tweeted at the time.