Eric Trump could not have looked more in love when he saw his partner of six years walking down the aisle to marry him.
Donald Trump's third child married his long-term love Lara Lea Yunaska in a glittering ceremony at his father's resort of Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, in November 2014.
Standing beside his son as he made the ultimate commitment to Lara was his proud father, Donald, but it had been a long road to the altar for Eric, who took three months to ask television producer Lara out on a date.
When they finally did go out for dinner it seemed their future was sealed.
Lara said: "We went to a restaurant where we talked for hours before ordering dinner. It was the best date I've ever been on."
However, it would be another three years before Eric would ask Lara to be his wife.
No expense was spared on their big day with the bride wearing two stunning designer gowns. In a sweet nod to her husband's family she accessorised her dresses with jewellery from sister-in-law Ivanka's collection.
One of her lavish wedding gowns was designed by Vera Wang, while her second an Inbal Dror by Mark Ingram Atelier.
And Lara had been determed her dress would stand out on her wedding day.
She told People magazine: "I knew that I needed a dress that would be seen from even the farthest guest's viewpoint."
Ivanka was a bridesmaid while her little daughter was a flower girl, with Jared Kushner, Ivanka's husband officiating.
Eric and Lara said their vows under a crystal-embellished chuppa and A-list celebs watched as they said 'I do', including Real Housewives of New York star Jill Zarin.
Melania was joined by Donald Trump's first wife, Ivana, Eric's mother, in the guests watching him marry Lara.
However, disaster struck in the weeks leading up to the wedding when Lara broke both her wrists in a horse riding accident.
At the time she said: "I wouldn't take back one day of riding - stuff happens. I will ride again and it will be better than ever. Most importantly, I still get to marry the love of my life on Nov 8th."
It meant she had to wear casts on her big day.
Determined not to let it spoil her big day, Lara had to get creative with how to disguise her wrists supports.
She told People: "Fortunately, my wedding planner and my designer came up with some fabulously bedazzled gloves to try and blend these casts."
The reception was decorated with gold as flowers were everywhere and Eric and Lara celebrated their marriage with a huge five-tier wedding cake before guests danced into the night.