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The actress and championship-winning basketball player were wed yesterday at the Chateau Artisan in Miami, Florida.
The power couple stuck to the classic color of black and white for the occasion where the beautiful bride wore a custom-made Dennis Basso wedding dress from Kleinfeld Bridal. Wade sported a custom-made Dsquared2 ensemble with a Wedding Collection bowtie he personally designed with The Tie Bar and a boutonniére by Floral Fix.
The gown featured a sweetheart neckline and a plunging, bow-adorned back. “Dennis Basso was the perfect choice for my wedding day,” Union tells WWD. “He is a classic American designer, and knew perfectly how to harness both my inner Grace Kelly coupled with a touch of sensuality through his designs.” The actress and designer were introduced by Union’s stylish Jason Bolden.
The guests were asked to wear formal white looks and were serenaded by John Legend. A 1930’s era juke joint was recreated for the party where Vanilla Puddin’ chardonnay was served as the wedding’s official white wine, as reported by People.
After dating for four years, Dwyane proposed to Gabby back in December 2013 with a 8.5 carat ring, worth almost $1 million. This is the second marriage for both Dwyane and Gabby.
Celebrity guests in attendance included: Carmelo Anthony and wife Lala, Kevin Hart and fiancee Eniko, Christopher Bosh and wife Adrienne, Ludacris and girlfriend Eudoxie, life coach AJ Johnson, DJ Irie, Donté Stallworth, Robin Lee, Lisa Vidal, Terrence J, Fred Whit, BET’s Stephen G. Hill, producer Will Packer, celebrity hair stylist Kiyah Wright and many more.
Since every guest had to sign a confidentiality agreement and give up their phones prior to the wedding, photos of the actual wedding are scarce until the couple releases a few themselves.
According to a few reports, BET was at the event, so maybe the couple’s wedding footage might be featured on the network at some point.
However, before the guests arrived at the “secret wedding location,” a few of them snapped pics of their formal black and white attire.
Check out a few guest photos below:
1st Photo Source/Credit: Brides.com/Bob Metuls Images
Other Photo Sources/Credits: Instagram/Twitter