WNBA stars Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson were married Friday afternoon at an outdoor ceremony on a mountaintop in Phoenix, the couple tells People magazine.
About 75 guests attended the ceremony as the women, both 24, married beneath an archway at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort, the report says. They were surrounded by an array of flowers and bouquets in the city where Griner plays center for the the three-time WNBA champions the Phoenix Mercury, writes People.
Their first dance was to Ed Sheeran's "Thinking Out Loud," the report notes.
Johnson, a forward with the Tulsa Shock, wore a full-length, strapless champagne gown with a small train by Matthew Christopher, the report says, while Griner sported a tan pantsuit and sneakers.
Watch a news report about the ceremony below:
The Associated Press notes that the wedding comes nearly two weeks after both women were arrested on domestic-violence-related charges at their home in the Phoenix suburb or Goodyear.
Griner entered into a diversion agreement in municipal court, AP writes, and all charges will be dismissed if she completes 26 weeks of domestic violence counseling.
"It is never OK for an argument to turn physical," Griner said in a statement at the time of the incident. "This will never happen again, and I take my relationship and my responsibility as a role model seriously. I am committed to making positive changes, and I plan to use what I have learned to set a good example and help make a difference in the world around me."