'Real Housewife' Wedding: Adriana de Moura Marries in Gray Dress, Guests Wear White (PHOTO)

Adriana de Moura walked down the aisle of a Miami church on Friday, committing herself to marriage with interior designer Frederic Marq whom she has been with for over five years.

The Brazil-born reality star marched down the aisle in a gray princess gown detailed on top with a metallic sash that covered one of her bare arms. An art curator who became famous as a reality star on "The Real Housewives' of Miami," Moura pronounced her vows to the elder Frenchman at the Coral Gables Congregational Church.

Marq's net worth has been estimated at around $15 million. It's rumored that the couple has been married for at least five years, but that didn't appear to get in the way of their happy celebrations.

"I'm excited and overwhelmed!" the Bravo star told Life & Style after the wedding. "There were butterflies in my stomach but I finally had my dream wedding with my French amour de ma vie!"

While it's typical for the bride to wear white and for other guests to refrain from doing so, Moura took the opposite route. She wore an all gray gown, but was surrounded by bridesmaids who were decked out in all white gowns. Despite the unconventional choice, fans of the reality star raved about Moura's gown and original play on color. The day after her wedding, Moura made remarks about her honeymoon on Twitter.

"Waking up @biltmorehotel and looking down a gorgeous view #love #RHOM" she wrote posting a photo of the view from her hotel suite.

It was Moura's co-star, Joanna Krupa, who accused her of already being married and putting on a wedding just for show, last month.

"She's already married, she's trying to make herself look good," the 34-year-old model told OK! Magazine on April 16.