They were engaged in February 2019.
“I took her to a family vacation area in Cape Cod to give her the ring and tried to catch a romantic sunset,” he said.
But it rained all day. “After a long drive to get there, it was a little disappointing,” Ms. Pence said. “But at least I knew there was another surprise coming as far as my ring was concerned.”
They had originally planned to marry in May in Kauai, Hawaii with up to 80 guests, but the coronavirus shut down those plans.
They were married instead on Nov. 1 in a self-uniting style ceremony on a patch of sidewalk near the flagpole outside the Moultrie Courthouse in Washington. Twelve guests were present, including the bride’s father, Vice President Mike Pence, and her mother, the second lady, Karen Pence, and the groom’s mother, Eve Tomanelli.
“We really wanted to pull off a courthouse wedding, but the courthouses in D.C. are currently closed,” said the bride, whose father led the couple’s exchange of vows. She said if all goes well, they will have another bigger celebration next summer in Hawaii.
“I just love Dan,” said the bride’s mother, Mrs. Pence. “He has a really gentle spirit. He’s friendly and respectful. But the thing I love about him most is that I can tell how much he loves Audrey.”
Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/20/style/audrey-pence-wedding.html