Gabrielle Union and Dwayne Wade Are Married—See Her Dress!

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Aug. 31 2014, Published 1:05 a.m. ET

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Source: Twitter: @itsgabrielleu

Dwayne Wade and Gabrielle Union are finally Mr. and Mrs.!

The NBA star and Being Mary Jane actress tied the knot at a super private wedding in South Florida on Saturday.

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People reports the bride wore a Dennis Basso gown while the groom donned a DSquared2 tux with a bow tie he personally designed for The Tie Bar.

On Friday evening Gabrielle took to Instagram to post the above photo with her groom on the way to their rehearsal dinner held at Prime 112, a steakhouse in Miami Beach. The caption read, "Let's gooooooo! #thewadeunion"

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Of course whate everyone really wants to see is the dress. The designer himself took to Instagram to post the following picture with the blushing bride.

Source: Instagram: @DennisBasso

According to TMZ everyone involved with the wedding was asked to sign a confidentiality agreement before entering what one can only guess was a lavish affair. Guests were instructed not to bring cell phones or cameras to the couple’s nuptials.

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One detail we can assume (if we were the types to do that sort of thing) is that Gabrielle had multiple dress changes for her big day, aside from the aforementioned Dennis Basso gown. While promoting her flick Think Like a Man Too in the May/June issue of Vegas magazine she said, “"Well, it will be smaller than the (wedding) in the movie, but it's definitely not toned down, per the wishes of my groomzilla. D's very involved in every detail. My dude is having a princess moment. Me? I did the wine tasting, and I've said yes to the dress. In fact, I've said yes to a few of them. That's the joy of getting married to a man who loves clothes and wardrobe changes: You can have more than one dress."

In your dream world, how many wedding dresses would you wear on your big day? Tell us in the comments or tweet @OKMagazine.


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