Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade’s Save-the-Date Wedding Video Shows Footage of the Proposal

Plus, here’s a few other deets about their Big Day.

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One of the main reasons why we so enjoy keeping up with celebrity weddings is because they’re oftentimes great sources of inspiration (remember Nate Berkus’s dessert bar?).

And this morning, we were particularly inspired by the adorable save-the-date video (and you know we love a good save-the-date video) that Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade sent out to their guests as part of their wedding invitations.


The cute clip features footage of the proposal—which included Wade’s two sons and his nephew holding “Will you marry us?” signs—as well as playful graphics with the details of the Big Day. It's adorable:

This video is just the latest bit of info to emerge about the couple's impending August nuptials in Miami. Here's a look at what else we know about their wedding so far:

Wade popped the question to his actress girlfriend last December with a giant 8.5 carat, cushion cut diamond sparkler.

The duo celebrated their engagement in March with a star-studded party in Miami.

According to the invitation, which is made of wood, the dress code is formal black for the men and formal white for the ladies. Also, cameras and cell phones are not permitted at the party.

The video is the second save-the-date that the couple sent to guests, the first being heart-shaped cards with photos of the proposal.

Wade is very involved in the planning and has been called a "groomzilla" by his bride-to-be.

There will be no bridesmaids or groomsmen, but there will be a prenup.

With August 30 just weeks away, we'll be keeping our eyes peeled for more details and photos from their celebration. You just know the dress will be good.

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