In what is being called the "Royal Wedding of Miami," Chris Bosh spared no expense in tying the knot.
Bosh and Adrienne Williams just had a three-day wedding extravaganza to remember in front of 300 invited guests. The couple was secretly married in April, but because of the busy basketball schedule, they took time to commemorate the occasion with friends and family this month.
While the $300,000 bill cited by People Magazine sounds outrageous, it's just 2.1 percent of Bosh's $14,500,000 salary from last season with the Heat.
Bosh will make a total of $109,837,500 before his contract in South Florida ends in 2016.
A six-time All-Star, Bosh spent his first seven seasons in Toronto, leaving as the Raptors' all-time leader in virtually all major statistical categories. Chris averaged 18.7 ppg and 8.3 rebounds during his first season in South Beach.
Its unlikely the VH1 reality show "Basketball Wives," was mentioned during the weekend event. Bosh is being countersued by the mother of his child for blocking her starring role on the TV show, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
A few wedding highlights:
• Tennis star Serena Williams and Bum Notice star Gabrielle Anwar were among the 300 guests.
• A Latin-themed casino party inspired by 1950s Cuba launched the weekend fun on Friday.
• A "Sweetheart Pool" was constructed near the ocean over the weekend so wedding guests could cool down away from the unwashed masses.
• Adrienne Williams, the bride, wore $10,000 custom-created Christian Louboutin heels with the bottoms painted blue.