Eric Trump shares a sweet smooch with his bride, Lara Yunaska, at their Saturday night wedding at the Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida. The couple picked the spot not only because of its romantic ambiance, but also because it holds some significance: It's where his dad, Donald, married wife Melania in 2005.
Yunaska said yes to two dresses, including this frilly, feminine Vera Wang creation. "It was the first dress that I tried on and actually felt like a bride," she tells PEOPLE. "I knew that I needed a dress that would be seen from even the farthest guest's viewpoint!"
"Lara is a stunning bride! I couldn't be happier to share this special weekend with her and Eric," sister-in-law Ivanka Trump tells PEOPLE about her newest family member, a producer for Inside Edition.
Bathed in gold, the reception was planned by Jennifer Zabinski Events with floral creations designed by Preston Bailey. More than 400 guests – including radio personality Elvis Duran and former Real Housewives of New York star Jill Zarin – enjoyed dinner and dancing into the night.
By the time they hit the dance floor for their first dance, the bride had added an accessory to her look: a set of fingerless gloves to hide the fact that she broke both her wrists horseback riding prior to the big day. "I had to get creative with a way to make casts look bridal," she shares. "Fortunately, my wedding planner and my designer came up with some fabulously bedazzled gloves to try and blend these casts."
The couple's wedding cake was a work of art – and so was the bride's next gown of the night, a Inbal Dror by Mark Ingram Atelier. She finished all of her wedding looks with jewelry from her sister-in-law's Ivanka Trump Collection.