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Introducing Mr. and Mrs. Brandon and Nicole Miller

Society

One forever, in wedded bliss.

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Brandon Miller of Inglewood married Nicole (Ford) Miller who was born and raised in Altadena.  The pair exchanged nuptials during a beautifully romantic ceremony at the Altadena Town and Country Club on Sunday, October 9th, 2022. The ceremony captured the real and unshakable love shared between Brandon and Nicole.

The bride, groom, and guests were serenaded by Grammy Nominated performing artist MAJOR, who sang his hit ballad, “This Is Why I Love You.”

The joyous day was not only shared with friends and family who attended physically, but the ceremony was also live-streamed via a leading social media platform for those unable to attend in person. 

"The road to becoming Mrs. Miller is a unique and beautiful story that Brandon and I wanted to share with everyone,” Nicole said.  “Our wedding day was magical because it was curated specifically to fully express our love.

“Having our wedding at the historic Altadena Town and Country Club with its beautiful garden backdrop, and classic reception room personified our expressions of devotion to one another. The best part of the day was that I got to marry my Brandon."

Brandon and Nicole are meant to be as they share many commonalities in life as both are graduates of Historically Black Colleges/Universities: Brandon from Howard University and Nicole from Bethune Cookman University.  The couple has dedicated their professional lives to supporting these national treasures.  Brandon is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. Beta Psi Lambda Chapter (Los Angeles) and Nicole is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Alpha Gamma Omega Chapter (Los Angeles).  Brandon and Nicole’s birthdays are only one day apart, and they are always excited to celebrate together.

Brandon and Nicole also share a business where they provide HBCU Tours and create educational and cultural programs for students across the nation.

"Between our advocacy, love for HBCUs, and our Black greek-letter organizations, we were bound to meet, and we’re so incredibly happy that we did,” Brandon said. “Nicole is the love of my life.  I am so proud to call her my wife and to share my life with her for the rest of our lives.”

We congratulate this amazing couple and wish them wedded bliss for eternity.

 

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