Eunice Kennedy Shriver was a beautiful bride in a truly meaningful gown.
On Saturday, the granddaughter of Special Olympics founder Eunice Kennedy got married in an intimate ceremony in Miami. The 26-year-old bride and Michael ‘Mikey’ Serafin Garcia were originally set to marry in front of 200 people. Like many couples tying the knot in 2020, they decided to scale their celebration back to immediate family only.
There were small touches of Eunice’s grandmother throughout the wedding. Eunice rode in her grandmother’s convertible, a gift from her grandfather, on the beautiful day. She also wore her 67-year-old wedding dress.
The vintage Dior gown needed a little TLC, so Eunice worked with pros to restore it. Luckily, the size was perfect. Eunice happens to be the same height and have the same waist size her grandmother did on her wedding day in 1953. It was those little pieces of magic that made all the other weirdness of a wedding in 2020 float away for the happy couple.
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