This weekend was all about love for Rafael Nadal—and we don't mean a tie score.

The 19-time Grand Slam winner married his girlfriend of 15 years, Maria Francisca Perelló (also known by her nickname, Xisca), over the weekend in Spain. Nadal proposed to Perelló in May 2018, on a trip to Rome, but kept the engagement a secret until January 2019, when he spoke with Hello!

Ten months later, the ceremony was held on the island of Mallorca and King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofía were in attendance. The former tennis player David Ferrer and the current Spanish one Feliciano Lopez were in attendance as well, and guests were encouraged to wear whatever they wanted to the ceremony. Conspicuously absent: Nadal's longtime tennis rival Roger Federer, who was apparently not invited, though the two have reportedly become close friends. Last month, when Federer was asked about attending the nuptials, he told the press, “I do not know anything about it. And I have a plan for the weekend before the Basel tournament."

Perelló's long-sleeved, bejeweled gown was designed by Rosa Clará, who shared a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the dress on Instagram. “The connection between Mery and me was immediate. The whole process was full of emotions between all of us. We just want to thank the whole family for trusting in us, you’re extraordinary," Clará said in the video, describing her creation as "beautiful Art Deco–inspired French lace with delicate patterning, flower motifs, and microbeading on the meticulously hand-embroidered fabric."

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An overwhelming wedding day for all of us! We feel incredibly proud for taking part in such an important day - Mery Perelló and Rafa Nadal's wedding. We would like to congratulate the gorgeous and unique couple, we wish you the best forever! Rosa Clará is the designer of Mery Perelló's wedding dress, an exquisitely clean-lined haute couture design. The bodice, with jewel neckline and long sleeves, was made of beautiful Art Deco-inspired French lace with delicate patterning, flower motifs and microbeading on the meticulously hand-embroidered fabric. The ballgown-style skirt, made of silk crepe, featured a weightless detachable train, created in Rosa Clara's Atelier. The whole process was full of emotions between all of us. We just want to thank the whole family for trusting in us, you’re extraordinary. ___ ¡Hoy es un día muy emocionante para todos nosotros! Nos sentimos enormemente orgullosos por haber formado parte en un día tan especial - la boda de Mery Perelló y Rafa Nadal. Nos encantaría felicitar a la pareja por su matrimonio, ¡los mejores deseos! Rosa Clará es la diseñadora del vestido que lucía Mery Perelló, ¡estaba espectacular! Un elegante y sofisticado diseño de alta costura, de líneas puras y delicadas. El cuerpo, de escote caja y manga larga, está realizado en encaje francés, inspirado en el movimiento artístico Art Déco, compuesto por motivos gráficos y florales. Está bordado a mano, de manera meticulosa con micropedrería incrustada en el dibujo. La falda, de línea evasé, confeccionada en crepe de seda natural, incorpora una ligera sobrecola extraíble. El vestido ha sido elaborado en el Atelier de Rosa Clará con un trabajo de excepcional técnica y artesanía, y muchísimas emociones entre todos nosotros. Queremos agradecer a toda la familia por haber confiado en nosotros, ¡sois extraordinarios! __ #RosaClara #RosaClaraCouture #RafaNadal #Wedding #BridalFashion #RealBride

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Though Nadal and Perelló have been quite private about their relationship over the years, the tennis pro has spoken candidly about his desire to have a family one day. "I would love to have children, boys, girls…I'm a person who loves kids and I'm a family guy," he said in 2017.

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