From the archive
A puff of white cloud strayed across a powder-blue sky as Ms. Rockefeller walked the aisle of fresh cut grass in a Monique Lhuillier embroidered lace sheath gown and floor-length veil.
The Rev. Mary B. Johnstone, an Episcopal priest, led Ms. Rockefeller and Mr. Bucklin in their vows on an altar of moss-covered granite before an 11-foot limestone Chinese pagoda.
The bride looked serene and strong as the couple stood side by side, framed by two white birch trees gently bending toward each other, their branches entwined.