Michael Jordan's wedding invitation included a request for RSVP -- and for silence.
The invitation for Jordan and Yvette Prieto's April 27 black-tie affair in Palm Beach, Fla., instructed guests not to speak to the media, according to the Chicago Sun-Times, or share wedding details with friends and family who might talk.
Guests also were asked to shed their cameras and cell phones unless they plan to use them for personal photos.
Jordan filed for a marriage license this month in Florida in preparation for the April wedding to his long-time girlfriend, a Cuban model. The Sun-Times reports a prenuptial agreement was required of Prieto.
Jordan was married to his first wife, Juanita Vanoy-Jordan, for 17 years. The couple divorced in 2006.