No expense was too great for Gucci Mane‘s lavish South Florida nuptials.
On Tuesday, the rapper, whose real name is Radric Davis, wed lady love Keyshia Ka’oir in a lavish, $1.7 million ceremony at the Four Seasons in Miami, People confirmed. The couple, who got engaged last November, later gushed about the exciting news on social media.
“Mr and Mrs Davis 10/17/17 we married,” Mane, 37, captioned their wedding portrait on Instagram.
Joined by Sean “Diddy” Combs, Big Sean, Rick Ross, Karrueche Tran and 2 Chainz, among other members of hip-hop royalty, the newlyweds were toasted by loved ones, including “Don’t Be Tardy” stars Kim Zolciak and Brielle Biermann.
“We’re all in these white gowns,” the mother of six shared on Instagram. “I can’t imagine what you’re wearing. We’re so excited to be here and be part of this beautiful connection that you two have.”
After dressing in red-hot threads for Monday’s rehearsal, which wasn’t without an extravagant gift exchange of his and hers Rolls-Royces, Mane and Ka’oir, 32, dressed in white attire for the big day, a dress code their star-studded guest list also adhered to. The bride also glided down the aisle holding a diamond bouquet, while her bridesmaids strutted their stuff in dresses by Christopher Paunil. Mane donned Swarovski crystal-encrusted Christian Louboutin Dandelion Strass Flats, which retail for $3,795. Mane’s groomsmen wore white tuxedos designed by Hideoki Bespoke.
Hideoki Bespoke’s Dedrick Thomas spoke to Page Six Wednesday about Mane’s tuxedo, which cost about $9,000 and was described as a “special design.”
“It was an exaggerated tailcoat design. It was traditional meets modern sophistication,” Thomas said, noting that the jacket was longer and wider than a typical tailcoat.
Mane’s jacket also featured textured wool, silk and cashmere fabrics, as well as a satin treatment on the sleeves. Thomas also created a special fabric to cover the diamond chain that was part of Mane’s diamond bow tie.
The groomsmen’s tuxes, which cost about $5,000 each, were custom designs “from top to bottom,” Thomas explained, noting that the inside of each man’s jacket featured their names and the date of the wedding. The pants, which were a combination of wool, silk and cashmere, also featured “The Davis’s” underneath the pant leg hem. Thomas and his team had to do “six months of work in two months,” but were able to complete the task successfully, thanks to a “mobile alteration shop for final, last-minute fittings.”
“We wanted to create something so amazing that it can’t be duplicated,” Thomas told Page Six.
Mane popped the question to Ka’oir during an Atlanta Hawks game at the end of last year, presenting his gal pal with a stunning sparkler as they appeared on the “Kiss Cam.”
The couple’s journey to the altar will be featured on BET’s 10-part series, “Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir: The Mane Event,” which premiered Tuesday.
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