Plus, she changed into two different Versace ensembles throughout the special evening.
On Friday in New Orleans, tennis champion (and the greatest female athlete of all time) Serena Williams wed her longtime beau, Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian, in a ceremony among family and friends, including Beyoncé Knowles, Anna Wintour, Kim Kardashian West, Ciara and more.
For the occasion, Williams opted for a stunning Alexander McQueen princess-style gown by Sarah Burton, with a long tulle skirt and veil, topped with a matching cape. "I flew to London to meet with Sarah and ended up falling in love with the ball gown silhouette, which is completely the opposite of what I ever thought I would choose for myself," Williams told Vogue of her one-of-a-kind wedding dress.
The bride, a former Vogue and Vanity Fair cover star and Nike collaborator, didn't settle on just one look for her big day: Her second dress was a beaded, feathered Versace piece that, according to Donatella Versace, took a team of five embroiderers working for a total of 1,500 hours to create. Finally, Williams did another change into a party-ready, sparkling Versace minidress with a fitted, bejeweled bodice and a short skirt, which she paired with bedazzled Nikes before hitting the dance floor.
To top off the chicness, the couple's two-month-old daughter, Alexis "Olympia" Ohanian, Jr., wore a tiny, white cap-sleeved dress with a voluminous skirt and bedazzled belt, as well as a cream-colored pair of cream, knit booties with crystal straps. Yes, it was as sweet and adorable as it sounds.
Head over to Vogue.com to see more photos from Serena Williams's wedding which, in true Big Easy fashion, looked like a total blast.