White House Weddings

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A wedding is a ceremony where two people are united in marriage. Weddings are all about the couple, the bride gown, fashion, music and dances, food and drinks. They are among the most beautiful events that take place. Weddings take different forms; religious weddings, cultural weddings, political weddings etc.

Weddings take different venues too, gardens, churches, homes and many other places. This type of wedding takes place in the white house. White house is the residence of the president of the United States. It is located in the Washington D.C. Many weddings that has been held here are political weddings.

Political wedding is mostly planned during an election season. Political hubbub is used as an inspiration for one’s big day. The couple can use ballot box for guest to leave advice for the bride and groom. Invitation cards that resemble political placards are created or adverts with buttons and t-shirts .during the wedding attires that resemble the political colors can be won. This would attract many people thus giving the politician an opportunity to highlight their political view or rather campaign.

These weddings are memorable weddings, nobody would forget such a wedding. To start with it is in a unique venue, white house, the decors are of class, the music, food and drinks in such a wedding are of class. People who are invited to white house weddings are the strong political leaders and the influential people.


Lynda Bird Johnson and Charles S. Robb
When: December 9, 1967
Where: The White House

In the history we have had nineteen white house weddings. Only seventeen of the weddings were held within the white house halls. Nine were for presidential children. There are five main memorable white house weddings. The wedding of Maria Hester Monroe which was held on march 9, 1820, John Adams II February 5,1828, Crover Cleveland June 2, 1886, Alice lee Roosevelt February 17,1906 and the wedding of Tricia Nixon June 12, 1971.

Work cited

5 memorable white house weddings. David Holzel.

The best white house weddings of all time. Virginia Van Zanten. 2016