The lavish wedding was held with the couple’s 500 nearest and dearest at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. The blogosphere is buzzing with all the gossip tidbits you could hope for: There’s photos of the relatively tzniut Vera Wang dress Ivanka wore, lists of the celebrity invitees in attendance (Barbara Walters and Rudy Guilliani, among others), and many updates straight from Ivanka’s twitter feed (“Just finished a gorgeous hike. The leaves are spectacular and the sun is shining. Everything is simply perfect! I’m getting married today!” she wrote yesterday).
Their two online bridal registries feature everything from extravagant items like a $1,350 silver bowl to the more mundane $9 “flexible spatula.” But amid all the hype, there’s one thing missing. Where are the photos of the chuppah? Where’s the gossip about which designer embroidered the kippot? Ivanka converted to Judaism in preparation for her big day, but although Heeb magazine reports that the couple had an Orthodox ceremony, the Judaism goes almost unmentioned amidst the hubbub over who designed the bridesmaid’s dresses (hint: Caroline Herrera.)
Oy, Ivanka. We wanted to see The Donald in a yarmulke.