These days, most wedding pictures are treated like future Instagram posts, pristinely curated and hyper-posed. But Tatiana Schlossberg, the granddaughter of former president John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, proved that some of the best ones come from letting your guard down when she got married over the weekend. As the first of JFK and Jackie O's grandchildren to do so, the journalist tied the knot with her college sweetheart George Moran in Martha's Vineyard.
The pair, who met as students at Yale University, held their ceremony at Schlossberg's family home on the Massachusetts island, The New York Times reports, and tapped former state governor Deval L. Patrick to officiate it. For those who didn't attend the ceremony, which went down 64 years after the bride's grandparents married on the exact same weekend (though a different date), the The John F. Kennedy Library and Museum has shared two pictures from the event. It's likely not a coincidence that they chose to share them on September 12, 1953, JFK and Jackie O's own anniversary.
"Congratulations to President Kennedy’s granddaughter, Tatiana Schlossberg, and George Moran who were married over the weekend," reads the caption of the photos on the organization's Facebook page. In the two photos, especially the second one where Schlossberg and Moran flash smiles as the bride points to the camera, the married couple look like they're having the time of their lives.