See Photos From Joanna Krupa’s Million-Dollar Wedding

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Joanna Krupa has tied the knot … in a very lavish affair.

The "Real Housewives of Miami" star and former "Dancing With the Stars" contestant, 34, married her longtime love, Romain Zago, 40, on Thursday, omg! has confirmed.

The evening wedding was a big-bucks event, costing a cool $1 million. The couple's dream day took place poolside at the Park Hyatt Aviara resort in San Diego.

The Polish American beauty wore a $30,000 Chagoury Couture gown, according to Us Weekly. Her dress featured a strapless, sweetheart neckline and had extensive detailing on the top, a combination of Swarovski crystals and rhinestones. The voluminous, ruffled bottom was short in the front ― giving it a kicky, cocktail dress look ― and the back flowed out into a long, rippling train.

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Krupa also wore a long silk tulle veil with beading at the top, so she opted for minimal jewelry ― just her blinding yellow radiant-cut diamond engagement ring and one bracelet. Her hair was styled down, and she wore sparkly silver peep-toe platform slingback heels to show off her model legs.

Zago, a businessman and nightclub investor, wore a traditional black tux.

The bride walked down a floating aisle ― straight across the hotel's swimming pool, according to Life & Style. Decorations included candles and huge floral arrangements, created by Petals LA and consisting of white roses and hydrangeas. After the vows were exchanged, the 150 guests continued the celebration in the hotel's grand ballroom, which was decorated in a majestic gold color scheme. They enjoyed a multicourse dinner and danced the night away.

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The magazine also reports that Krupa's "Real Housewives" castmates Lisa Hochstein, Adriana De Moura, and Alexia Echevarria were in attendance, and a rep for the show tells omg! that the wedding will air during Season 3 of the Bravo show. That arrangement makes it seem likely that the newlyweds had help from the network when it came to footing the million-dollar bill.

The couple dated for nearly four years before becoming engaged in 2010. They hit a roadblock in their romance last fall when Krupa called off their engagement. But less than a month later, the ring was back on and she was planning their nuptials.

And now she's officially a Mrs.!

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