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A first daughter weds

Bush called the wedding “spectacular,” saying that his daughter and new son-in-law exchanged vows just as the sun set at the Texas ranch.  (White House handout)
Jenna Bush’s dress came from the fashion house of Oscar de la Renta.  (White House handout)
The more than 200 family and friends were entertained by the Tyrone Smith Revue, a 10-piece party band from Nashville, Tenn. The musicians gave the newlyweds what Smith described as a “get down” party. (White House handout)
Guests arriving into the reception tent were comforted by an awaiting first course. (White House handout)
The closely guarded affair at the 1,600-acre ranch was very different from other first family weddings like Luci Baines Johnson’s in 1966, which was watched by millions. (White House handout)
A four-tiered wedding cake is surrounded by fresh flowers. (White House handout)
Bush referred to the new bride as “our little girl Jenna” and declared his new son-in-law to be “a really good guy.” (White House handout)