Margaret Frances Matilda Walker and Aran Lundgren Clair were being married March 25 on the plaza of the Arlington Courthouse in Arlington, Va. Isabel Kaldenbach, a civil celebrant authorized by the Arlington County Circuit Courtroom, officiated. The pair initially planned to marry at the First Presbyterian Church in Nashville ahead of the Centers for Illness Management and Avoidance advisable that situations with 50 or a lot more be postponed.
The few achieved at Princeton, from which they graduated, the bride cum laude.
Mrs. Clair, 32, is a method officer at the Countrywide Endowment for the Humanities in Washington. She received a master’s degree with distinction in the record of art, theory and exhibit from the College of Edinburgh.
She is the daughter of Susan W. Walker and J. Otey Walker III of Franklin, Tenn.
Mr. Clair, 33, works in Washington as a taking care of marketing consultant in IBM’s electronic small business tactic practice. He been given an M.B.A. from George Washington College.
He is the son of Joan-Ellen Clair and Richard C. Clair of Bethany Seaside, Del.