Melania Knauss (search) won't carry a bouquet tomorrow when she walks down the aisle to wed Donald Trump (search), but he says they will bow to tradition when exchanging vows -- think love, honor, obey and for richer or poorer.
And you can forget the time-honored custom of bridesmaids at the ceremony when the billionaire bridegroom takes the svelte Slovenian bombshell as his third wife. There won't be any.
"The last time I saw bridesmaids, it was at Liza Minnelli's wedding," Trump told The Post yesterday.
Trump's two sons by his first marriage, Donnie Jr. and Eric, will serve as his best men. Melania's sister, Ines, will be her maid of honor.
Explaining why he decided against a bachelor's party, where tradition dictates hiring a stripper or two, Trump told one radio interviewer recently, "That would be like putting a glass of whiskey in front of an alcoholic."
Despite previous reports, Trump says he never invited ex-wives Ivana Zelnicek or Marla Maples to his wedding.
"Why would I?" Trump told The Post. "It's not appropriate."
As the hour gets closer to the ceremony, the normally cucumber-cool Trump admitted to having "the jitters."
But he said he's not as nervous as most grooms because he and Melania have been together for more than five years.
"So I'll get it right this time," he said.
"The biggest problem is, I have to keep turning people down," added Trump, whose office has been flooded with calls about last-minute invites. "Now these people hate me. I've made a lot of enemies."
Meanwhile, a bunch of Palm Beach politicos yesterday poured water over The Donald's plans for a fireworks display to help celebrate his upcoming gala wedding.
He and his bride learned that the Palm Beach town council voted 5-0 to reject Grucci Fireworks Inc.'s proposal to shoot off a glitzy air show at Mar-a-Lago tomorrow to celebrate what many are dubbing the "Wedding of the Century."
Trump's stunning 18-acre country club overlooking the Atlantic is where the multimillion wedding reception will be held.
The billionaire tycoon through a spokeswoman yesterday said, "The Grucci family worked very hard and were very disappointed in not getting the approval ... They were led to believe it would be possible."
Palm Beach police hope to control the stargazing expected when celebrities, millionaires, power brokers and politicos flock to The Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea, the 100-year-old chapel where Trump will wed.