Lara Trump's Wedding Attire Had An Important Nod To Sister-In-Law Ivanka Trump

The Trump family are known for their appreciation of the finer things in life, and the glamorous wedding ceremony of Eric Trump and his wife Lara Lea Yunaska certainly proved this to be the case. According to The Mirror, the third child of former President Donald Trump tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend Lara back in November 2014 at his father's Mar-A-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida. 

During the ceremony, Lara opted for not one, but two lavish wedding gowns. The first of which was designed by Vera Wang. "It was the first dress that I tried on and actually felt like a bride. I knew that I needed a dress that would be seen from even the farthest guest's viewpoint!" she previously revealed to People

Lara's second wedding look on her special day was an Inbal Dror by Mark Ingram Atelier, which she wore at the couple's gorgeous reception attended by more than 400 guests, including radio star Elvis Duran and "The Real Housewives of New York City" alumni Jill Zarin. 

However, it was Lara's wedding jewelry that really got people talking, all of which had a very special connection to her sister-in-law Ivanka

Lara Trump's wedding day jewelry had a special meaning

As People reported, Lara accessorised her wedding day looks with jewelry from her sister-in-law's Ivanka Trump Collection. Speaking to the publication ahead of Eric and Lara's big day in 2014, Ivanka described her sister-in-law as a "stunning" bride. "I couldn't be happier to share this special weekend with her and Eric," Ivanka said at the time.

Another memorable piece of Lara's wedding attire was a fingerless pair of gloves she had worn to disguise a major injury. According to The Mirror, Lara had broken both of her wrists during a horse riding accident in the weeks leading up to her wedding.

"I had to get creative with a way to make casts look bridal," Lara revealed after her and Eric's big day. "Fortunately, my wedding planner and my designer came up with some fabulously bedazzled gloves to try and blend these casts," she added (via People).