Basketball superstar Michael Jordan was married to Yvette Prieto over the weekend, in a ceremony attended by family, friends and celebrities alike.

Jordan, 50, walked down the aisle with the 35-year-old Cuban-American model (who wore a stunning J'Aton Couture French silk gown, accented by crystals) on Saturday, April 27, at the Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, Fla.

Stars like Spike Lee, Patrick Ewing, Tiger Woods and Ahmad Rashad were all in attendance.

The reception was held at Bear's Club golf course in Jupiter, Fla., where a 40,000 square-foot tent was set up atop the fairway not far from a home the NBA great owns near the course. In fact, two local realtors say it's the biggest wedding tent in history.

Once there, approximately 2,000 guests were treated to a seven-layer white rum cake and performances by Usher, Robin Thicke, DJ MC Lyte and crooner K'Jon.

The celebration was marked by fireworks, and in lieu of gifts the couple asked for donations to the James R. Jordan Foundation. In another nice move, wedding flowers were later donated to the Jupiter Medical Center.

Our congrats to the happy (and gorgeous) newlyweds.

Michael Jordan, Yvette Prieto
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