Despite a looming hurricane, the Palm Beach wedding of Tiffany Trump and her Lebanese-Nigerian business scion beau, Michael Boulos, went along as planned this weekend.

The celebration, held at none other than the Mar-a-Lago club and resort, was, as expected, an extravagant Trump family affair. 

The bride wore a glittering, goddess-style gown by Lebanese designer Elie Saab (a nod to her husband's heritage) as her father, former president Donald Trump, walked her down the aisle beneath arches of pastel hydrangeas. The reception was held in the grand ballroom, featuring live music performances, dancers, and a toast by the father of the bride. The floral-adorned wedding cake was a 7-foot, 8-tier replica of the one her mother, Marla Maples, and father had at their 1993 wedding.

And while details surrounding the reported 250-guest list were kept under wraps leading up to the big day, plenty of attendees took to social media following the Saturday night affair to confirm their attendance (and post selfies with The Donald, of course). 

Compared to her sister and maid of honor Ivanka's 2009 wedding, which hosted an impressive lineup of A-listers including Anna Wintour, Natalie Portman, Russell Crowe, Barbara Walters, and Regis Philbin, Tiff's guest list featured a mostly MAGA-adjacent set of "celebrities" (if you could call them that) including her siblings and criminally investigated congressman Matt Gaetz, along with a few of her New York socialite friends, a flashy Miami restaurateur, and an infamous member of Kim Kardashian's clique.

Curious to see who celebrated alongside the newlyweds? Click through for a look at the evening's most "famous" faces.

[Photo via @mcfrangi_b]