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See Every Photo From Barbara Bush and Craig Coyne's Maine Wedding

Take a look inside the gorgeous seaside family ceremony here.
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Over the weekend, former first daughter Barbara Bush married Craig Coyne in an intimate wedding held in Maine. Only 20 family members were in attendance, including two presidents—the father of the bride, George W. Bush, and Barbara's grandfather, George H.W. Bush. Jenna Bush Hager served as the matron of honor for her twin sister, while her two children Mila and Poppy also made an adorable appearance. From the first look at the bride's stunning Vera Wang gown to a Bush family's group photo, see every photo from Barbara and Craig's wedding here:

Jenna Bush Hager shared photos from the Saturday night festivities.

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The rehearsal dinner was held on Saturday, October 7 ahead of the ceremony on Sunday.

The bride poses with her grandfather, George H.W. Bush.


Barbara paid tribute to her late grandmother, Barbara Bush, on her wedding day: her "something borrowed" was a bracelet her grandfather gave his late wife on their 70th wedding anniversary, according to Today.

Mother of the bride Laura Bush shared a photo of Barbara's dress on Instagram.

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Barbara wore a custom ivory silk crepe Vera Wang gown on her wedding day.

Matron of Honor Jenna Bush Hager posted seaside snap.

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The Bush twins are incredibly close, and even wrote a book together last year, Sisters First.

George W. Bush walks his daughter down the aisle.


The wedding was held at the Bush family compound in Kennebunkport, Maine.

George H.W. Bush looks on during the ceremony.

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Poppy and Poppy! Magical memories of a beautiful night. ????????

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The flower girls and ring bearer.

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The ring-bearer and flower girls!

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Jenna Bush Hager's two daughters served as flower girls, while her youngest Poppy had two roles: the three-year-old was also the ring bearer. They were joined by Craig Coyne's niece, Emma.

The newlyweds!


The outdoor ceremony was officiated by bride’s aunt, Dorothy Bush Koch.

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Photographer Paul Morse shared even more photos from the ceremony.

The Bushes were all smiles at the wedding.


The bride and groom pose with the Bush family for a portrait, including Henry Hager, Jenna Bush Hager, Laura Bush, Mila Hager, George W. Bush, and Poppy Hager. (from left to right)

A Bush and Coyne family photo.


In the front row, the groom's father Edward Coyne Jr. poses with Craig's niece Emma, next to Laura Bush, George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, and Darlene Coyne, the groom's mother.

In the back row, Craig's grandfather Ed Coyne and step-grandmother B Coyne pose next to Craig's sister Katie Coyne. Next up are the groom and bride, followed by Jenna Bush Hager, her husband Henry Hager, Craig's brother and best man Edward "Trip" Coyne III, and Craig's sister-in-law Amanda Coyne. (from left to right)

*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com

*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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