Tiffany Trump married Michael Boulos in style.
Donald Trump’s 29-year-old daughter exchanged vows with the 25-year-old billionaire on Saturday in a lavish ceremony at the former president’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.
Tiffany’s famous father, 76, walked her down the aisle as guests marveled at the bride’s stunning Elie Saab gown.
The dress featured long sleeves, intricate beading and a princess silhouette.
Tiffany’s mother, actress Marla Maples – who divorced Donald in 1999 – also wore Elie Saab: a one-shoulder lavender number.
Meanwhile, her father – who is now married to Melania Trump – donned a sharp tuxedo.
The newlyweds got married in front of family and friends under a gazebo adorned with a halo of pink, blue and white flowers.
The floral arrangement notably matched the light blue hue of the dresses worn by Tiffany’s bridesmaids, including her older half-sister, Ivanka Trump.
After the couple said “yes,” their loved ones shrugged off past apps and sipped cocktails with a scenic sunset backdrop.
As night fell, participants were ushered inside Mar-a-lago for an extravagant ceremony. According to Instagram Stories, Tiffany and Boulos hired a group of at least 10 members and dancers who performed in ensembles that resembled loofahs.
Guests watched the entertainment from tables covered in lush floral arrangements and tall crystal candelabra. Their dinner options were listed on an ornate mirrored menu.
Tiffany’s lavish nuptials seemed like a fairy tale. But their happy ending didn’t come without difficulties.
Just days before the big event, Tiffany was reportedly ‘collapsed’ after her ‘welcome dinner’ was compromised due to Hurricane Nicole.
“They sent staff home. Tiffany is still there,” an insider told Us Thursday, referring to Donald’s luxurious Palm Beach residence.
“Some guests came for the week and they had it all planned out. It was going to be a completely over the top thing,” the source continued. “They had to cancel events today and canceled a golf outing for tomorrow. Everyone is stuck inside.
Hurricane Nicole hit Florida earlier this week and closed Palm Beach International Airport, affecting who was able to fly for the wedding.
A source previously told us that Tiffany and Boulos were expecting 500 guests. It was unclear at the time how many people had had to change their RSVPs due to the storm.
“Tiffany has been waiting to plan a really big wedding,” the insider tells us. “Her fiancé is from a very wealthy family, she is from a very wealthy family, and they want all their friends from all over the world to be there.”
However, the couple were able to get their marriage license on Tuesday – just hours before the Palm Beach County courthouse was forced to close for the week.
Despite the bad weather, Tiffany was able to celebrate her bridal shower last weekend alongside her sisters and closest friends.
Tiffany and Boulos met in 2018 while he was studying at City University in London and she was on vacation in Europe.
Boulos, whose family owns a multi-billion dollar business conglomerate, eventually proposed to Tiffany in the White House Rose Garden in January 2021.