Ivanka Trump wed Jared Kushner for the second time in three days on Wednesday (October 28, 2009).

The 27-year-old heiress and the publisher - who married for the first time in a lavish ceremony at her father Donald's Trump National Gold Club in New Jersey on Sunday (October 25, 2009) - held a second Jewish ceremony in New York's historic Puck Building.

Known as Sheva Brachot, the ceremony featured a rabbi reciting seven blessings over the bride and groom.

Ivanka's brother Eric Trump said: "It was really beautiful. They are a very beautiful couple."

Her mother Ivana added: "It was fabulous and very elegant. A beautiful event for the young couple."

The bride - who converted to Judaism in July - wore a champagne-colored floor-length gown to the ceremony.

Afterwards, Jared's parents Seryl and Charles Kushner provided a buffet of traditional kosher food as well as hamburgers, hotdogs, steak sandwiches, sushi and salad.

For dessert, guests dined on chocolate cake, raspberry sorbet, brownies and an array of sweets.

One guest told People magazine: "They had some really incredible food. It was all very well done."

Ivanka and Jared - who owns The New York Observer newspaper - had dated on and off for two years before he proposed in July.
(Ivanka Trump [10/30/2009])