See Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade’s Wedding Invitation — What’s NOT Allowed?
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See Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade’s Wedding Invitation — What’s NOT Allowed?

If you were lucky enough to get a fancy piece of wood in the mail, you may have been invited to Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union's wedding. (Or you may just have a weird stalker.)

TMZ just showed off the couple's wedding invitations, which are made of wood, inviting guests to "Put on your dancing shoes and join us for a THROW DOWN!"

See one of the invitations here.

The big shebang will be held Saturday, August 30 at 10:30 in the evening in Miami, Florida. (So it's one of those party-til-dawn weddings.)

"Gab and Dwyane" wrote a little note to family and friends, asking gentlemen to wear formal attire in black and ladies to wear formal white. There are some transportation details in the note, but also a mention of what NOT to bring: "For the comfort of our guests and to protect our privacy, no cameras or cell phones will be permitted at the party. Also, photo IDs will be required for all guests."

So no sneaking in to take photos and spread them around! TMZ had this translation: "No Twitter. No Instagram. No Facebook ... which could be a huge problem for social media-obsessed guests like LeBron James and Chris Bosh (btw, who's gonna take away Bron's phone?) One more thing … the no cameras/phones rule will certainly RAISE the price of the exclusive footage shot by the 'official' wedding photographer ... if D&G choose to sell to the tabloids."

If you see some official pics pop up in People or elsewhere, that may be what they did. Either way, it's their wedding, their business.

Gab, 41, and Dwyane, 32, started dating in 2009 and got engaged in December 2013. The actress recently joked that her fiancé is a "Groomzilla" taking the reins of the wedding prep, but she did say she didn't want any bridesmaids or groomsmen, also no centerpieces to obstruct the view as guests talk, and no big style experimentation.

Hopefully they'll share photos in some format at some point, so we can see how the "throw down" went down!

Source: TMZ