It’s official! Tiffany Trump and Michael Boulos have married.
On Saturday, former President Donald Trump escorted his 29-year-old daughter down the aisle and kissed her on the cheek before she exchanged vows with her now-husband, 25.
The bride, who looked stunning in an Elie Saab long-sleeved, beaded wedding gown, said “I do” to her new husband in front of an altar adorned with a halo of blue, pink, and white flowers.
The lush floral arrangement matched the bridesmaids’ light blue gowns perfectly.
Ivanka Trump, Tiffany’s half-sister, arrived at the wedding venue earlier on Saturday dressed in a flowing gown.
Ivanka’s husband, Jared Kushner, and their 11-year-old daughter, Arabella, as well as their sons, Joseph Frederick, 9, and Theodore James, 6, were spotted taking family photos outside the venue.
Before the ceremony began, Tiffany’s older half-brother, Eric Trump, posed for photos with his family, which included his wife Lara Trump, and their children, son Eric, 5, and daughter Carolina, 3.
Tiffany’s lavish nuptials appear to have ended in bliss, but the planning process was not as easy.
Tiffany was reportedly “flipping out” just days before the big event after her “welcome dinner” was ruined by Hurricane Nicole.
“They’ve sent staff home. Tiffany is still there,” an insider told us Thursday, referencing Donald’s luxurious Palm Beach residence.
The source continued, “Some guests came in for the week, and they had all these things planned. It was going to be a whole over-the-top thing. They had to cancel events today and canceled a golf outing for tomorrow. Everyone is stuck inside.”
Hurricane Nicole slammed into Florida earlier this week, closing down Palm Beach International Airport and limiting who could fly in for the couple’s luxury wedding.
According to a source, the newlyweds were expecting 500 guests to attend their Mar-a-Lago wedding. It is currently unclear how many people finally attended.
Fortunately, the couple was able to obtain their marriage license on Tuesday, just hours before the Palm Beach County Courthouse closed for the week.
While the weather may have thrown a wrench in some of Tiffany’s plans, she was able to celebrate her bridal shower with her sisters and closest friends last weekend.
Tiffany and Boulos met while he was studying at the City University of London and she was on vacation in Europe in 2018.
Boulos, whose family owns a multibillion-dollar conglomerate of businesses, then proposed to Tiffany in the Rose Garden of the White House in January 2021. He proposed on one knee with a $1.2 million custom 13-carat sparkler.