"Just an amazing day, one of the happiest days we've ever had," Taurasi said, per Jeff Metcalfe of the Arizona Republic. "It would have been nice to follow it up with a win, but we're just really happy. It was one of the times where all our families were together, all the people we love and care for in the city that we met and evolved as teammates and wives now. It's been pretty cool."
Taurasi, 34, had never been previously married. Taylor, 36, was married for three years to Brazilian beach volleyball player Rodrigo Gil before divorcing.
Taurasi and Taylor have largely kept their relationship out of the public spotlight.
"That was our special thing," Taurasi said. "We never kept it secret, we just didn't want that to be an issue ever. We knew when we walked through those doors, it was time to put work in and be professional."
Taylor, an accomplished player in her own right, won two Olympic silver medals as part of Australia's national team. She retired as a player after the 2016 season to transition to a front office career.
Taurasi is a seven-time WNBA All-Star, four-time Olympic gold medalist and three-time WNBA champion.