Centerville, Massachusetts (JFK+50) The daughter of President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy, Caroline Bouvier Kennedy*, married Edwin Scholossberg** twenty-eight years ago today, July 19, 1986, at Our Lady of Victory Church here in Centerville.
The matron of honor was Caroline's cousin, Maria Shriver, and her uncle, Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy, walked her down the aisle. Caroline's mother, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, planned the event.
The bride wore a beautiful white gown designed by Carolina Herrera. The bodice, according to About.com, was covered with embroidered shamrocks.
Caroline wore a tulle veil and carried a bouquet of orchids. Her earrings were a gift from her father to her mother.
There were 7 bridesmaids, 2 flower girls and 10 ushers.
The reception following the service was held on the lawn of the Kennedy Compound in Hyannis Port. The 400 guests were entertained by singer Carly Simon.
Caroline and Ed met at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City in 1981
President Barack Obama appointed Ms. Kennedy as United States Ambassador to Japan last year. She was sworn in by Secretary of Defense John Kerry and began her service on November 12, 2013.
Caroline Kennedy is an accomplished author. Her books include "In Our Defense: The Bill of Rights in Action," 1991, and "The Right to Privacy," 1995.
"Caroline Kennedy and Edwin Schlossberg Marriage Profile," by Sheri and Bob Stritof, www.marriage.about.com/
Caroline earned her B.A. degree at Radcliffe College at Harvard in 1980 and her law degree from Columbia Law School in 1988.
EAS founded ESI Design which specializes in interactive computerized displays such as a learning environment at the Brooklyn's Children Museum and another on immigrant history at Ellis Island.
Ed was appointed US Commissioner of Fine Arts by President Obama in 2011.