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The wedding bells are ringing! Fitness guru Keyshia Ka’oir and rapper Radric Davis, also known as Gucci Mane, celebrated their marriage on Oct. 17, 2017. A star studded guest list witnessed the couple coming together at the Four Seasons in Miami. With a wedding that reportedly cost $1.7 million, the opulence was not lost on us.

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The bride donned two custom gowns, both covered in jewels. Keyshia’s first dress was designed by Charbel Zoe, the same designer that dressed Ka’oir at the VMAs in late August. Zoe is very fond of bodycon and intricate jeweled designs. His couture house designs upscale party dresses in addition to wedding dresses and have been worn by other celebrities like Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez, and Britney Spears.

Keyshia’s reception dress, by Yousef Aljasmi, was of a similar shape to the dress she wore to the ceremony. Also like the last dress, it was adorned with beautiful crystals, but formatted in a way that made the dress appear to be dripping in jewels. For the rehearsal dinner, the couple wore matching red outfits; Keyshia’s dress with a tulle princess bottom was designed by Giannina Azar.

And no one could overlook the accessories. Instead of a traditional flower bouquet, Ka’oir opted for a diamond bouquet, which is definitely a unique choice. In accordance with the theme of ice, Keyshia also wore a bejeweled headpiece and two tier diamond earrings.

Mrs. Davis was not the only one committed to looking as ornate as possible. Gucci and the groomsmen’s tuxedos, designed by Hideoki Bespoke, cost more than $5,000. Gucci’s custom suit was paired with crystal smoking slippers with a nice red bottom.

Congratulations to the newlyweds, we hope your future is as bright as Keyshia’s engagement ring! Tune in to see more about the Wopsters every Tuesday night at 9 p.m. on their show ‘The Mane Event’ on BET.

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