LANHAM, Md. (WNEW) — Two-time president Grover Cleveland actually got married inside the White House, and we’re pretty sure even his invitations were not as representative of the nation’s capital as this local couple’s.
A friend of Michael Mansour and Virginia Veatch, who are set to be wed Sept. 26, recently tweeted a photo of their save-the-date card. The picture has since gone viral, and for good reason.
At first glance, the invite seems to be a typical Capitol Hill bill. Titled H.R.9.26.14 (get it?), the scroll goes on to say:
“This Act may be cited as the ‘Marriage of Virginia A. H. Veatch to Michael V. Mansour II Act of 2014′ or the ‘Ginny and Michael’s Nuptials Act’, (henceforth referred to in this Act as the wedding ceremony’).
It goes on to list some other details of the ceremony in a similarly stiff, legislative fashion.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Mansour works in the office of Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.).
The couple’s WeddingWire page says they met at a mutual friend’s housewarming party in Georgetown and will be wed at a church on Capitol Hill. Now does it get more D.C. than that?