George W Bush's daughter Barbara weds screenwriter in Maine

Former president George H. W. Bush and his granddaughter Barbara Bush at her Oct. 7 wedding

Former president George H. W. Bush and his granddaughter Barbara Bush at her Oct. 7 wedding

Her father, former President George W. Bush, escorted his daughter down the aisle while her grandfather, former President George H.W. Bush, watched the ceremony at the family's Walker Point compound in Kennebunkport, Maine, on Sunday. The bride wore a custom light ivory Vera Wang wedding dress with spaghetti strap detail and a cowl draped neckline.

Barbara Bush, daughter of former President George W. Bush, was married Sunday.

The bride's grandfather, former President George H.W. Bush, was also in attendance.

The wedding ceremony was a true family affair, with the bride's aunt Dorothy Bush Koch officiating.

"Happy tears, heart exploding as I watched this handsome girl get married in the place that means love and family", Jenna posted on Instagram.

Barbara Bush and Craig Coyne at their wedding in Kennebunkport, Maine.

The couple - who were set up by friends on a blind date last November - was very discreet during their brief romance, having never even been photographed together at events.

Craig Coyne, a 37-year-old screenwriter from Atlanta, has appeared in several films and shows, perhaps most notably the feature hit "Jarhead."

In a Monday morning Instagram post, the second President Bush said he and his wife, former first lady Laura Bush, "are so proud of our compassionate, daring, fierce, kind, intelligent, loving daughter". The pair met on a blind date in November, and got engaged in August, setting up what People calls "a whirlwind, five-week engagement" in which Coyne moved from California to NY.

Bush was the CEO of Global Health Corps and oversaw the beginning of the startup, which trains professionals to help areas in need throughout the USA and Africa. The groom is a screenwriter and a graduate of Vanderbilt University.

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