The Being Mary Jane actress and Miami Heat basketball star are officially married! The happy couple exchanged vows at Chateau Artisan castle in Miami. The bride stunned in a Dennis Basso gown with a sweetheart neckline, while the groom donned a customized DSquared2 suit, accented by a bowtie from his collection with The Tie Bar. Singer John Legend performed during the ceremony, and the black-and-white-themed reception was transformed into a 1930s-era juke joint.
Since both have been married before, they decided to keep it small this time around by skipping the bridal party tradition and narrowing down the guest list to just very close friends and family members. Union revealed earlier this year, "If you're not about us and we don't both have a relationship with you, you're not going to make it."
They also aimed to make sure their wedding reflected them as a couple. "The last time, I just wrote checks," Union said during an appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show. "I was working, I had a wedding planner, and I just showed up and was like, 'Ooh, that's nice. Who picked that out?'"
But Union didn't plan this wedding alone. A true modern-day groom, Wade was involved with every step of the process. "This is, like, his princess moment," Union said during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "He's waited for this for a long time. He's been hoarding bridal magazines. He's very ready."
The guest list included Miami Heat player Chris Bosh and his wife Adrienne, actor Kevin Hart, filmmaker Will Packer, and reality star Jonathan Cheban. But don't expect to see too many insider photos — the couple reportedly banned cell phone use at their reception to protect their privacy.
Congratulations to the newlyweds!