Tiffany Trump and Michael Boulos exchanged vows and are now officially married.

Page Six said that the 29-year-old daughter of the former U.S. President, Donald Trump, wedded her 25-year-old long-time partner in Mar-a-Lago on Saturday.

The two personalities got engaged in 2021.

The publication continued that Trump and Boulos said their “I Dos” in front of an altar with blue, pink, and white flowers. It also noted that the floral arrangement matched the ensembles of the bridesmaids, who donned light blue gowns.

In the same report, published later that day, the outlet provided a few photos from the lavish event. Some show that the former president walked his daughter down the aisle and kissed her on the cheek before giving her away to her now-husband.

Other snaps also feature some of the bride’s family members, who were present at the venue. These include her mother, Marla Maples, her siblings, Ivanka Trump and Eric Trump, who arrived with their respective families, and her father’s wife, Melania Trump.

Speaking to People, Tiffany Trump’s mother shared a few details about the lavish ceremony. As revealed, the bride’s wedding dress, which is a work of Elie Saab, nods to Michael Boulos’ heritage.

Maples told the magazine, which published the claims on Saturday, that the event is a “Lebanese American wedding.” She also noted that this is why they were “so happy to have Elie Saab create the magic.”

Donald Trump’s former wife also stated that Tiffany wanted to recreate the wedding cake her parents had at their wedding back in 1993. Accordingly, they had it modeled after the former pair’s custom 7-foot-tall Sylvia Weinstock wedding cake, as per the outlet.

Elsewhere in the exchange with the publication, Marla Maples said their family chose Mar-a-Lago for the venue as it was where Tiffany Trump “was brought into the world,” adding that it was the bride’s “childhood home.”

Also, the 59-year-old actress noted that they are “focused on this sacred union and welcoming beloved friends and family, not on politics.”

Meanwhile, a source told the magazine, “Tiffany has never been a people divider.” It is also stated that all members of the Trump family attended the event, adding that it “is a joyous family occasion.”

Us Weekly recalls in a report that Michael Boulos and Tiffany Trump first met during a vacation in Mykonos, Greece, in the summer of 2018. It also says that the two personalities made their first public appearance at New York Fashion Week a few months later.

In January 2021, Boulos and Trump announced their engagement via social media.