President Biden's granddaughter Naomi Biden married Peter Neal on the White House lawn Saturday.
The White House released a photo of the bride and groom with the president and Dr. Jill Biden.
Naomi wore a long-sleeved, off-the-shoulder gown by Ralph Lauren with lace overlay for the ceremony.
President Joe Biden's granddaughter Naomi Biden wore an elegant lace gown for her White House wedding to Peter Neal on Saturday.
The White House shared an official photo of the bride and groom, posing with the president and his wife Dr. Jill Biden, just hours after the ceremony. Naomi's dress, which according to Vogue was made by Ralph Lauren, featured a flowing tulle skirt with long sleeves that fell in an off-the-shoulder silhouette. The entire bodice and neckline were covered in lace.
This isn't Naomi's first interaction with the label — the outlet reports she wore an ensemble designed by the American brand to her grandfather's Inauguration Day and attended the Ralph Lauren fall 2022 fashion show in March.
Photos shared on Instagram by the ceremony planners Rafanelli Events gave a closer look at the bride's cathedral-length veil and hair, which was pulled back into a low bun. She appeared to wear small, pearl earrings and carried a simple bouquet of white flowers.
Prior to the wedding, Naomi and Neal also shared a behind-the-scenes look at preparations, with Neal posting a photo Thursday of the couple obtaining their marriage license at the Washington, DC, Marriage Bureau. He noted in the caption that they took the picture using a self-timer.
"Gotta nail the money shot to secure the license to wed," he wrote.
Aerial photos from the morning of the event show guests congregating on the lawn of the White House, which was decorated with white flowers and wreaths.
According to Insider's Talia Lakritz, Naomi and Neal's nuptials is the 19th wedding ever held at the White House. It's also the first in nearly a decade — former President Barack Obama hosted a ceremony in the Rose Garden for his photographer Pete Souza's 2013 nuptials.
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