LeBron James and his longtime girlfriend Savannah Brinson were finally married on Saturday in San Diego and the wedding ceremony guest list was filled with LeBron’s teammates and A-list stars.
The NBA player has obviously had an amazing year. Only a few months after the Miami Heat grabbed their second consecutive NBA title, James and Brinson took the long-awaited walk down the aisle.
The wedding included about 200 guests in a celebration that extended across three days as the couple closed out the weekend with a lavish Sunday brunch.
LeBron has been with Brinson ever since he was 16 and finally proposed to her in January 2012 during a special Remy Martin V New Year’s Eve party, which was hosted by Heat player Dwyane Wade and actress Gabrielle Union in Miami.
Since then, LeBron’s new wife has become a fashion force whenever she makes public appearances and her wedding dress was no exception.
The NBA baller’s highschool love flaunted her figure in a strapless white dress with a low-cut back that added just enough sex appeal without being too much for a wedding.
The extensive guest list of stars included many of LeBron’s teammates including Wade and Chris Bosh along with their own lovers, R&B star Neyo, and even Mr. and Mrs. Carter paid a visit.
The couple still hasn’t publicly released any information about the wedding, but their famous friends were sure to post tons of snaps of themselves getting ready to head to the ceremony.
Although Union and Wade were careful not to include the couple’s names in their tweet, Bosh and his wife, Adrienne, gave them a specific shout-out and even mentioned them in the caption of the photo.
“What a wonderful evening,” the caption of a photo of Chris and Adrienne in what appears to be a hotel room read. “Congratulations to the James… Thanks for sharing Ur night & love with us @SavannahRB @KingJames.”
While the A-listers had no problem sharing photos of themselves, the newlyweds made sure the paparazzi couldn’t snap any pictures of their big day.
The ceremony was heavily guarded by security and large umbrellas were used to obstruct the view of news helicopters that hovered overhead.
There was no specific mention of the couple’s two sons, 8-year-old LeBron James Jr. and 8-year-old Bryce Maximus, but we’re pretty sure the adorable boys were present at their parents’ wedding.