Senator John F. Kennedy And Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Enjoying Their Perfect Wedding Day, September 12, 1953
The Perfect Wedding For This Tumultuous Relationship
In this colorized photograph from September 12, 1953, we see the fairytale wedding of John F. Kennedy, then a senator from Massachusetts, and his beautiful and sophisticated bride, Jacqueline Bouvier. The ceremony marked the end of a whirlwind romance and the start of the Camelot era. As this colorized photo shows us, the young couple was the very image of class, culture, and charm.
A colorized photo from John and Jackie Kennedy's wedding day. (https://www.reddit.com/r/ColorizedHistory/comments/533f10/senator_john_f_kennedy_and_jacqueline_bouvier/)
Let’s look at how John and Jackie’s love story unfolded, from the time they met, through the challenges of making the relationship itself, right up to the wedding that created Camelot.
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