What We Know About Tiffany Trump's Wedding Plans

In January 2021, Tiffany Trump said yes to Michael Boulos' proposal, after he popped the question in the White House Rose Garden with a $1.2 million diamond ring. Rumors about their relationship first started back in 2018, and the buzz was increased when she invited him to celebrate Thanksgiving with her and her family at Mar-a-Lago. They then made it Instagram official in January 2019, with a photo of them in front of a White House's Red Room Christmas tree, as reported by SCMP.

Since then, Trump graduated from Georgetown Law and moved to Miami, Florida, but, of course, many are wondering what to expect when it comes to her big day and a source spoke with People on the topic. "She has been excited and wedding planning ever since," they said, adding that "she is obsessed with glamour and glitz" and "wants to make her wedding one of a kind."

Tiffany Trump plans on having a wedding ceremony abroad and one in the U.S.

A big part of any wedding is the location, and recently, Tiffany Trump has been on the hunt for the perfect one ... or two.

While vacationing this summer, Tiffany and Michael Boulos visited Mykonos and nearby islands, as well as Athens and Sounion, in search of possible wedding destinations. "Tiffany loves Mykonos and would like to marry around there, even if she has another celebration in the U.S., maybe at Mar-a-Lago," a source told People.

Tiffany — whose mother, Marla Maples, was previously married to her father, former president Donald Trump – "loves to travel and live a global life," the source went on to say. Boulos himself is Lebanese and French, was raised in Nigeria, and went to school in London. On Wednesday, October 13, 2021, Tiffany celebrated her 28th birthday, with Maples writing on Instagram that they shared "sweet and creative time for Tiff's birthday this year."