No matter how you cast your vote in November, we can all agree that we love stylish Presidential weddings! In honor of Inauguration Day 2017, we’ve found some of our favorite weddings of our past and present Presidents and First Ladies!
BARACK OBAMA AND MICHELLE ROBINSON
After attending law school, Michelle Robinson was working as an associate at Sidley Austin law firm when she met her future husband and the future President of the United States, Barack Obama. Their first date went as most first dates go. The pair went to go see a movie: Do The Right Thing by Spike Lee. Three years later, they married on October 3, 1992.
Donald J. Trump & Melania Knauss
Donald Trump married Melania Knauss in January 2005. The ceremony was held at Bethesda by the Sea Episcopal Church in Palm Beach, Florida. An extravagant reception followed at Trump’s Mar- A- Lago estate. Trump’s guest list included Hillary Clinton, Simon Cowell, Barbara Walters, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Muhammad Ali, Elton John, Usher, and Prince Charles were among the 500 guests who attended the wedding.
JOHN F. KENNEDY AND JACKIE BOUVIER
JFK and Jackie O. got married in a 1953 Newport, Rhode Island wedding, with 700 guests at the ceremony and a whopping 1,200 at the reception.
HILLARY RODHAM AND BILL CLINTON
On October 11th, 1975, Hillary Rodham married Bill Clinton (who at the time was also a law professor at the University of Arkansas) in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
GEORGE H.W. BUSH AND BARBARA PIERCE
George Herbert Walker “Poppy” Bush and Barbara “Bar” Pierce in Rye, New York, married on January 6, 1945. Barbara, who said she married the first man who kissed her, became closer to his family than she was to her own.
GEORGE W. BUSH AND LAURA WELCH
On November 5, 1977, a 31-year-old future President George W. Bush married the 33-year-old beautiful and blue-eyed miss Laura Welch at the First United Methodist Church in her hometown of Midland, Texas. It was a small wedding in a beautiful glass chapel.
RONALD REAGAN AND NANCY DAVIS
Ronald Reagan on his wedding day to Nancy Davis in March 1952 at Little Brown Church of the Valley in North Hollywood. They both dressed more casual for their wedding attire as they wanted to stay out of the curious eye of the press.
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