When Bec found out who was interested in her dress design, she was understandably excited.
"I called my sister and was like 'Oh my God, I need your bridesmaid dress because Michael Jordan's wife-to-be wants to see it!'" Bec recounted.
The designers went on to create a custom gown for Yvette but after a photo of Michael and Yvette on their wedding day was released, Bec discovered that the similarity didn't end there.
"It's the same silhouette as my wedding dress. There's a very similar photo of Chris and I in a similar pose on the dancefloor with the same lighting - uncanny!"
"I've married the white GOAT and she's married the black GOAT!" she added, referring to the acronym for Greatest Of All Time.
Bec and Chris tied the knot in 2010 and have since welcomed four children - Oscar, nine, Billie, six, and twin boys Tom and Darcy, four.
Meanwhile, Michael and Yvette married in 2013 and have also had twins - Victoria and Ysabel born in 2014.
However, Bec and Chris may not have had their happily ever after if Perth girl Bec hadn't agreed to move to Melbourne with her AFL player beau in the early stages of their relationship.
"When we first started going out, he said, 'Just letting you know I'm a Melbourne boy and I will be moving back very, very soon so if you're down with that we can be together. Otherwise, if you think you're going to live in Perth for the rest of your life, then nup.'"
"I was like, 'Yep, okay, I really love you, I love Melbourne, that's cool!'"