Inside Eric And Lara Trump's Lavish Wedding

Lara and Eric Trump got married in truly opulent style.Their nuptials took place in Palm Beach, Fla., at Donald' Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in 2014 and included more than 400 guests, according to Town & Country. However, it wasn't necessarily love at first sight for the pair. They met six years prior, while out with a group of friends in New York, per Fox News. Laura said while she was immediately intrigued by Eric, he took three months to officially ask her on a date. "We went to a restaurant where we talked for hours before ordering dinner," Lara told Wedding Style Magazine. "It was the best date I've ever been on." When he finally popped the question years later, Eric explained to Fox, he just wanted to be "very, very sure." 

When they were both ready to walk down the aisle, they invited the entire Trump family (via Town & Country). Donald Trump Jr. was best man, Ivanka Trump was a bridesmaid, and her daughter was even a flower girl. Lara wore not one, but two gowns, and accessorized them with jewelry from Ivanka's line. One of her dresses was created by Vera Wang and the other dress was an Inbal Dror by Mark Ingram Atelier, according to People. "It was the first dress that I tried on and actually felt like a bride," she told People. "I knew that I needed a dress that would be seen from even the farthest guest's viewpoint!"

Eric and Lara Trump's wedding guests celebrated in style

Page Six reported the couple wed under a crystal-embellished chuppa during the ceremony, and Ivanka's husband, Jared Kushner, officiated. Kushner joked with Lara during the ceremony, "You are not just gaining a family, you are getting 6 million Twitter followers." Celebrity attendees included Real Housewives of New York star Jill Zarin and radio personality Elvis Duran (via Town & Country). However, not everything was smooth sailing.

Lara broke both her arms just two weeks before the ceremony and was forced to wear casts on her wedding day. Luckily, she thought of a solution to help incorporate them on her big day. She wore fingerless gloves during the nuptials to hide them. "I had to get creative with a way to make casts look bridal," Lara told People. "Fortunately, my wedding planner and my designer came up with some fabulously bedazzled gloves to try and blend these casts."

Guests were treated to a reception full of gold accents, which was planned by Jennifer Zabinski Events and floral creations designed by Preston Bailey. The grand event ended with those in attendance enjoying a stunning five-tier cake and dancing through the night.