Barbara Bush ties the knot in Maine

Barbara Bush ties the knot in Maine

Barbara Bush ties the knot in Maine

Bush, 36, married screenwriter boyfriend Craig Coyne, 37, Sunday at Walker's Point in Kennebunkport, Maine, her father, former President George W. Bush, announced in a statement Monday.

The bride donned an ivory silk crepe custom wedding gown from Vera Wang.

Former President Bush walked his daughter down the aisle at the family's Walker Point compound, where the family often vacations.

Bush's "something blue" was a pair of earrings from sister Jenna Bush Hager.

The 41st president was watching nearby, as was the mother of the bride, former First Lady Laura Bush and Barbara's twin sister and maid of honor, Jenna.

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The photo was taken by Paul Morse, who was the Bushes' photographer in the White House and has shot many family events since, including Jenna Bush Hager's wedding and the funeral of the twins' grandmother Barbara Bush earlier this year.

Former first daughter Barbara Bush is a married woman. "I'm so proud to be this beauties sister", Hager captioned a photo of herself and her sister. She added in another post, "My heart exploded last night as I watched my dearest sissy get married in Maine". Her aunt, Dorothy Bush Koch, officiated the ceremony.

The couple will live in New York City, according to the statement. She told People that her "something borrowed" was a bracelet her grandfather gave her grandmother, late former first lady Barbara Bush, on their 70th anniversary. Barbara Bush died at the age of 92 in April, leaving behind her husband, five children, 17 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

"It's just been a very sweet romance", Barbara told People.

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