This weekend Miami HEAT Assistant Coach David Fizdale married his one and only, Natasha Sen.
This time last year, Miami HEAT Assistant Coach David Fizdale proposed to long time girlfriend Natasha Sen before they jetted off to Paris, where he proposed to her again! Fast forward to this weekend, the Sen-Fizdale Wedding provided the perfect weekend getaway for friends and family at the luxurious Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego, California. Guests included Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union, Jenine and Juwan Howard, Johanna Gomez and Steve Stowe and of course Miami HEAT Coach Erik Spoelstra, who may be feeling some pressure in his May-December romance right about... now.
During the Friday night rehearsal dinner on Coronado Island, guests enjoyed a traditional henna party featuring the exquisite work of Henna San Diego. Henna has served as a symbol of good luck, health and sensuality for thousands of years and is traditional for Indian brides. The evening also included a perfectly romantic sunset, a huge sandcastle including the date with words "Love You" and finished out with a perfect bonfire on the beach.
The wedding ceremony was held on the beach as well with the reception in the elegant Crown Room. Natasha's sister posted, "I cannot contain my excitement. Love has taken over San Diego."
Coincidentally, Mr and Mrs Udonis Haslem are celebrating their one year anniversary this weekend while Dwyane Wade posted "Last and final wedding we will attend b4 #TheWadeUnion." Yes, Dwyane Wade ties the knot next Saturday.
But this weekend belonged to Coach Fiz and Natasha. And like their love, it was beautiful.
(Photos via Instagram: @sunitabhagwan @amirahmari @msdaglis @monaladyluck and @ashley_kimlv)
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