Inside Tiffany Trump's Stunning Wedding
Lifestyle - News
By STEPHANIE KALOI
Linked in 2018
Tiffany Trump met Michael Boulos on her trip to Greece in the summer of 2018, however, they only confirmed it in January 2018. Trump and Boulos got engaged in January 2021 after Boulos proposed at the White House, with Tiffany sharing a photo of the two on Instagram to confirm the news and wrote, "It has been an honor to celebrate [...] at the White House"
Mar-A-Lago Wedding
Trump and Boulos opted to get married at Trump's father's golf resort, Mar-a-Lago Club, in Palm Beach, Florida. Trump's mother Marla Maples explained why the couple chose the venue, saying, "We are focused on this sacred union and welcoming beloved friends and family, [...] this was Tiffany's childhood home and where she was brought into the world"
Ivanka Trump’s Role
All of Trump's siblings were in attendance at her wedding to Boulos, and her older sister Ivanka Trump had a prominent role in the celebration itself, serving as one of her bridesmaids. She shared a touching Instagram post wishing the couple "an abundance of happiness and joy as they begin their lives together as husband and wife!"
Bad Weather
Prior to the big day, Trump and Boulos' wedding was at risk as Hurricane Nicole approached Florida, throwing Trump into a state of near-total panic. Despite certain events being canceled earlier in the week, the hurricane was fortunately not expected to hit the Mar-a-Lago, so the wedding was able to go on.
Wedding Gowns
Trump wore not one, not two, but three different wedding gowns: a white strapless gown to her rehearsal dinner, a long-sleeved wedding dress for her ceremony, and then changing into another white gown for the party. For the latter gowns, she chose designer Elie Saab as a nod to Boulos' Lebanese heritage.