Beanie Feldstein Marries Bonnie-Chance Roberts in Dream New York Wedding
Beanie Feldstein is married! The Booksmart actress tied the knot with producer Bonnie-Chance Roberts in what she called a star-studded "wedding of our dreams."
This Funny Girl is officially a Married Gal.
Beanie Feldstein tied the knot with producer Bonnie-Chance Roberts in an outdoor ceremony in upstate New York on May 20. Sharing photos from the nuptials, the newlyweds called it the "the wedding of our dreams."
Quoting Joni Mitchell, they added in a June 1 Instagram post, "as every fairytale comes real..."
And, indeed, the weekend celebration was one to remember. The couple and their guests--which included Beanie's American Crime Story co-star Sarah Paulson, Booksmart castmate Kaitlyn Dever, Holland Taylor, Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo--kicked off the festivities on Friday with a camp-inspired welcome party at Cedar Lakes Estate in the Hudson Valley.
"It is our happy place together," Beanie told Vogue. "I grew up going to summer camp for ten years, and my parents and both sets of my grandparents met at summer camp, so camp is a lineage of love through the generations of my family. Even though we met in London and fell in love on a film set, to get married at a camp was a truly beautiful emotional homecoming."
The bash featured bandana tablecloths, friendship bracelets, s'mores and personalized wooden oars, which played into the following day's lakeside ceremony.
"It rained pretty hard leading up to the ceremony," Beanie recalled, "but as we were about to walk down the aisle, the sun came out briefly."
For the occasion, the 29-year-old wore a custom Gucci gown with long lace sleeves and an embellished bow. Meanwhile, Bonnie donned a pale pink suit by the luxury atelier.
"Never in our wildest dreams could we have imagined that we would wear Gucci to our wedding," Beanie raved. "It is absolutely everything we dreamed of and more."
Following the romantic ceremony, which saw the couple exchange personal vows and custom rings by Michelle Oh, guests were whisked away to a nearby barn for a pink-themed reception. There, Beanie and Bonnie--who met while working on the 2019 film How to Build a Girl--were introduced by friend Ben Platt for their first dance.
"It was such a special moment," Beanie shared. "And then we truly danced the night away in the barn--and then even more at the after-party in the treehouse."