It was never going to be a small wedding. Not for Ivanka Trump, first daughter of the Trump empire—and certainly not if her mother had anything to say about it. "Every week my mom would call me with a new guest list," says Ivanka, who married Jared Kushner, owner of Kushner Companies and the New York Observer, in Bedminster, New Jersey, in October 2009. "We had five hundred guests, but if we'd taken another month to plan, it would have been six hundred." The nuptials took place at the Trump National Golf Club, and while The Donald himself oversaw construction of the glass tent he designed for the ceremony, Ivanka conspired with Vera Wang on her graceful, Grace Kelly–inspired Chantilly-lace gown. "I told her I wanted to be covered and have a sleeve," explains Ivanka, who danced the first dance with Kushner to David Gray's "This Year's Love." "We got really lucky; the weather was gorgeous, and I was so happy with what was transpiring," she says. "As soon as I started walking down the aisle toward my husband, everything else just melted away."