Although Jenna Bush will say “I do” to her love Henry Hager on the grounds of the Western White House in Crawford, Texas on May 10, 2008, the couple will also soon have the opportunity to celebrate their new status as Mr. and Mrs. at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. The Austin American-Statesman reports that jewelry designers Anthony Camargo and Nak Armstong, who have designed adornments for several of the bride-to-be’s memory-making moments, including the 2001 inaugural ball and her upcoming wedding ceremony, will be among the guests who will gather at The White House on June 21, 2008 for a post-nuptial party.
The lovebirds, who watched the sun rise on Cadillac Mountain in Maine’s Acadia National Park on the day they became betrothed, will exchange vows in a sunset ceremony near a lake on the Prairie Chapel Ranch. Mirroring the beauty of the bluebonnets and buttercups that grace the Texas landscape each spring, 14 attendants will walk down the aisle in silk crinkle chiffon dresses by designer Lela Rose before the bride makes her grand entrance in an Oscar de la Renta creation. Expressing the couple’s deep abiding faith, a limestone cross will serve as the altar and will remain as a permanent fixture on the site, forever marking the place where their two souls were united in the bonds of matrimony.
In the following video clip from TXA 21, see sketches of the bridesmaids dresses and hear tidbits about the upcoming ceremony: