By Gabriela Resto-Montero
Manhattan's youngest power couple Ivanka Trump, 27, and Jared Kushner, 28, married Sunday in a ceremony attended by heavyweights of politics, entertainment and real estate.
The 500 guests at the Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey included Andrew Cuomo, Barbara Walters, Anna Wintour and Rudy Giuliani, reported the New York Post.
Security guards kept onlookers at bay and the couple released just one picture from the wedding to the press. In the photograph, Trump wears a Grace Kelly-like, Vera Wang gown.
Hours before the wedding, the bride tweeted about her big day.
"Just finished a gorgeous hike," she wrote. "The leaves are spectacular and the sun is shining. Everything is simply perfect! I'm getting married today!"
The pair dated for two years and Trump recently converted to Judaism for Kushner. Rabbi Haskel Lookstein performed the ceremony.
Trump, who co-hosts Celebrity Apprentice with her famous father Donald and has just seen her motivational book Trump Card hit the bestsellers' list, is keeping her name, according to the wedding announcement that ran in the New York Times.
Kushner publishes the New York Observer and has officially taken over the running of the real estate company built by his father Charles Kushner, who was once the top money man in New Jersey politics.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker and former Gov. Jim McGreevey attended the ceremony Sunday.
The newlyweds registerd for both a Tiffany bowl, at $1,300 and a plastic spatula for $7, reported The Daily Beast.
The couple will hold another reception for over 1000 people Wednesday before heading to a honeymoon in Africa, according to the Post.