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Dwyane Wade Getting Married Tomorrow and the Wedding Has a Lot of Rules

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It may be the biggest South Florida wedding of the year, but if all goes well you won't hear anything about it.

Dwyane Wade is marrying Gabrielle Union tomorrow somewhere in Miami. Though the wedding comes with an official hashtag (#TheWadeUnion, naturally), the couple is going through great lengths to make sure that no one actually shares anything.

TMZ got a hold of the invite back in January, and it came with the typical rules: formal black attire for men, formal whites for women. But it came with a lot of other guidelines as well:

  • No cameras and cell phones are allowed.
  • Guests must bring an official picture ID.
  • Guests are asked to arrive 30 minutes prior to the shuttles leaving an unnamed South Beach hotel to go through security.

Oh, also, no one knows exactly where the wedding is to be held. The event only says it's about 45 to 50 minutes South of South Beach. We're going to guess somewhere deep in Coral Gables, but who knows.

Guests who wish to drive themselves are asked to call a special number a few hours before the wedding to receive directions.

But that's not all. TMZ now also claims that everyone at the wedding -- that includes everyone from guests to cater waiters -- will be asked to sign a confidentiality agreement. Anyone who violates the agreement will be fined in cash.

Sounds like Dwyane and Gabby might be trying to sell their wedding picture to a magazine ... or maybe they just want some privacy.

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