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Gabrielle Union & Dwyane Wade Wedding Has a Strict ‘No Phone’ Policy

Gabrielle Union & Dwyane Wade Wedding Has a Strict 'No Phone' Policy

All phones are banned at Union’s wedding with fiancee Dwayne Wade. Union is set to marry Wade on August 30, but there are some instructions for the guests. This wedding is a house full of secrets. So why is Gabrielle being so tough? She wants to keep her privacy.

While Gabrielle Union is banning phones, security will be tight for these nuptials. The two fail to reveal the location of the Miami wedding. Instead, they instruct guests to arrive at a famous hotel.

“Translation — No Twitter. No Instagram. No Facebook,” TMZ reports. This “could be a huge problem for social media-obsessed guests like LeBron James and Chris Bosh,” the site said about the banned phones. The big question is: Who’s gonna take away Bron’s phone? This is so unusual and secretive.

The reception will begin at a local hotel where guests will be transported to an undisclosed location. And they have been asked to allow “at least 30 minutes to process through security at the venue.” They are instructed to leave cameras to “protect our privacy” and bring along photo identification.

“Guests have also been asked to dress in formal attire with all men wearing black, and women in white. They just want things formal and their privacy protected,” a source explained about Gabrielle Union’s rules.

However, despite of these explicit instructions and banning phones, the famous couple is inviting guests to “Put on your dancing shoes and join us for a throw down!”

Gabrielle Union and Wade got engaged back in December 2013. They announced the news through social media by posting a picture of Union wearing a large diamond, with the caption “She said YES!!!” Although the outcome for Wade’s Miami Heat team lost to the San Antonio Spurs, at least he’s getting married this year.

 

 

By Susan Harris

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