Naomi Biden shares images from her beautiful White House rehearsal dinner

In this handout provided by the White House, President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden attend the wedding of Peter Neal and Naomi Biden Neal on the South Lawn of the White House on November 19, 2022 in Washington DC.

In this handout provided by the White House, President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden attend the wedding of Peter Neal and Naomi Biden Neal on the South Lawn of the White House on November 19, 2022 in Washington DC.

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Naomi Biden offers a look at preparations for her wedding at the White House.

On Thursday, President Joe Biden’s niece, 28, shared pictures from her Nov. 18 rehearsal dinner, which showed her wearing a sleek white pantsuit paired with a veil as she prepared to marry now-husband Peter Neal .

Naomi is also pictured swapping out of her white blazer for a dramatic cape of flowing veil and enjoying a romantic nighttime walk with Neal through Washington DC.

Another Instagram post shared by her wedding planner, Bryan Rafanelli, offers a closer look at the details of her Nov. 19 nuptials, which took place on the South Lawn of the White House in the presence of 250 friends and family.

“Naomi and Peter, thank you for entrusting me with your wedding,” Rafanelli wrote on Instagram Thursday. “Thank you for your openness to ideas, for your infectious spirit, and for allowing me to witness the love you have for each other and for your families. It has been a privilege.”

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Footage shared by Rafanelli shows Naomi’s Chantilly lace long-sleeved Ralph Lauren wedding gown, the guest table, and the couple’s seven-layer wedding cake.

Elsewhere in the video montage, Naomi can be seen walking down the aisle, as Neal says “Oh my God,” before the pair share their first kiss as a married couple with the Washington Monument visible in the distance.

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Naomi is the first granddaughter of a president to be married in the White House, with the ceremony between her and Neal marking the 19th wedding held at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue since the 1800s.

The Washington-based attorney recently spoke with Vogue about the ceremony.

“We’re so close to our families, so we always knew we’d get married in someone’s backyard,” Naomi told the publication in a cover story documenting her big day. “I think if my dad wasn’t president, it would probably be their house in Wilmington or Peter’s family backyard in Jackson [Wyoming].”

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Naomi’s parents, Hunter Biden and Kathleen Buhle, walked the bride down the aisle to a string quartet playing “Bitter Sweet Symphony” by British indie band The Verve.

The bride was then accompanied by her husband, who also wore Ralph Lauren, to a luncheon in the State Dining Room.

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That was followed by a black-tie evening reception, with Naomi changing into a strapless cream Reem Acra gown with her grandmother Roberta Buhle’s pearls stitched into the train.

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As Naomi explained Vogue, the couple lived in the White House for a few months while planning their wedding with Rafanelli. While Naomi told the magazine that her husband-to-be was “obsessed with all the details,” she was able to get into the approach without too much stress, thanks to a few words of wisdom from her grandmother, first lady Dr. Jill Biden.

“It’s really stressed to me that whenever I get anxious about the wedding stuff to take a breath and remember that it’s just a day of me and Peter and being with the people we love,” said Naomi Vogue of his grandmother. “She taught me so much about being independent and self-reliant. But that doesn’t mean you can’t also be a selfless and fiercely loyal partner.”

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