The last time we saw Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh, he was collapsing to the ground in the locker room tunnel following a soul-crushing loss to the Dallas Mavericks in Game 6 of the 2011 NBA Finals.
It's safe to say he's recovered fairly well.
On Saturday, Bosh held an elaborate and ridiculously expensive wedding ceremony with his bride, Adrienne Williams, in Miami's Fontainebleau Hotel. Against all odds, both LeBron James and Dwyane Wade actually showed up, as did Heat president Pat Riley, who was granted an exception to the league's no-contact rule with current players to attend the event.
Curious what the hotel has going for it? Here's its wedding pitch.
Fontainebleau Miami Beach is a canvas to your imagination, where the focus is you - your passions, your dreams, and your spectacular wedding day. We will inspire a wedding to express you - unique, chic, and perhaps a bit unconventional. Mix in the pleasures of luxury surroundings, fine cuisine and superlative venues with striking sophistication."Unique, chic and perhaps a bit unconventional." Yep, that sounds like Bosh.
Fontainebleau Miami Beach offers elegant ballrooms with enduring architectural imprints and an intoxicating mix of old and new 21st century glamour. Inside, floating ceilings, crystal chandeliers and plentiful sweeping curves impart an ultramodern atmosphere. We offer various options for your special day with one of a kind outdoor event space, including the Ocean lawn for elegant festivities. Our wedding planners provide personal, imaginative and discreet planning.
Anyway, here are a few more pictures of Chris Bosh's wedding festivities. All photos via Jason Binn on Twitter and Facebook.
Here Wade and James sandwiching Heat forward Udonis Haslem. They all seem quite happy. Original here.
Bosh gets a smooch from his bride with the cake in the foreground. Original here.
Here's Heat president Pat Riley with a magazine publisher. Original here.
Top photo original is here.
Hat tip: JocksAndStilletoJill.com.