All the Fabulous Pics and Details From Gucci Mane's Wedding

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Last night (Oct. 17) Gucci Mane and now wife, Keyshia Ka'oir, celebrated their love with an ultra-lavish, celebrity-studded wedding at The Four Seasons in Miami, broadcast live on BET. She also carried a bejewelled bouquet and wore a diamond headdress with drop diamond earrings for an extra glamorous touch.

And in one of the photos that sums up the entire mood of the day, we find Diddy posing with the groom himself, Coach K and Pee Thomas of Quality Control Music, and Rick Ross - yes, all in white.

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MTV News recently caught up with Gucci Mane to talk about his autobiography, his new album (Mr. Davis), his bachelor party, and so much more.

If you want to see more of the couple's journey to the alter, tune in on Tuesdays at 10:00 P.M. EST on BET to watch Gucci Mane & Keyshia Ka'oir: The Mane Event. Instead, guests were required to come head to toe in pearly get-up to participate in the biggest wedding event since the Royal Wedding. "All white with diamonds and crystals".

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The lovebirds, who have been dating since 2010 and got engaged in November 2016 when Mane popped the question during a "Kiss Cam" moment at the Atlanta Hawks game, both shared Instagram photos of their nuptials on Tuesday - each showing off their all-white ensembles.

Cheers to the happy couple!

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