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Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky were married as the sunset over the Hudson River at Astor Courts in Rhinebeck, NY.
The wedding ceremony was officiated by Rabbi James Ponet, Yale University's Jewish chaplain and the Rev. William Shillady of New York's Park Avenue Methodist Church, reports the New York Times. The ceremony was a mix of traditions from both religions and included the Seven Blessings from the Jewish ceremony, a ring ceremony and the couple exchanged vows.
The bride and groom read aloud from the love poem, "The Life That I Have" by Leo Marks, according to the Associated Press.
Here's the poem: "The life that I have, Is all that I have, And the life that I have, Is yours. The love that I have, Of the life that I have, Is yours and yours and yours. A sleep I shall have, A rest I shall have, Yet death will be but a pause, For the peace of my years, In the long green grass, Will be yours and yours and yours."
We're assuming that the groom stepped on a glass at the end of the ceremony -- a Jewish wedding tradition.
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