Almost a year following their engagement, actress Beanie Feldstein married her fiancée, producer Bonnie-Chance Roberts, in an outdoor ‘Jew-ish’ wedding at Cedar Lakes Estate, a Hudson Valley wedding venue owned by two sisters.

Beanie Feldstein in her white Gucci gown and veil

In an exclusive interview with Alexandra Macon for Vogue, the power couple shared the beginning of their love story (they met on Skype!), their initial courting period (including walks in East London), and, of course, the details from their star-studded outdoor wedding weekend in May.

“On Friday night, we wanted to take our guests on a true camp experience with bandana tablecloths and s’mores for dessert, with pennant banners and friendship bracelets: a true ‘We’re at summer camp’ feeling,” Beanie tells Vogue. “Then, we really wanted to surprise guests when they entered the barn for the reception. We wanted it to feel unexpectedly elevated and romantic and like nothing they had seen.”

The summer camp evening before the wedding evolved into a “love note” to their guests, says Beanie. The design included custom embroidery of song lyrics on the tablecloths, personalized friendship bracelets and small crafted boats, oars and Cedar Lake cabin–inspired birdhouses.

Jewish bride in a pale pink suit and white bow tie walking toward the chuppah
Jewish bride walking with her parents

Although both Beanie and Bonnie changed into multiple outfits throughout the day, for their wedding day attire, the brides wore Gucci: Beanie in a long-sleeved Gucci gown inspired by her mom’s wedding dress, as well as her great-grandmother’s earrings, and Bonnie wore a pale pink Gucci suit.


“We are both proud Jewish girls, but we didn’t have a rabbi or cantor that we felt knew us both equally and that was very important to us to get married by someone who could capture and reflect us both equally,” Beanie explains. “So, when thinking of the perfect person, we decided on our wonderful guncle, Charles. Charles is Sharon’s [Beanie’s mom] oldest friend in the world, but through the years, we have really formed our own bond and friendship with Charles and his partner, Greg.”

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Celebrity brides Beanie Feldstein and Bonnie-Chance Roberts kiss at the lakeside wedding.

Their lakeside wedding ceremony included the sharing of vows they wrote themselves, “getting to listen to our friends and family read their personal blessings for us, a take on the Jewish tradition of the Seven Blessings,” says Bonnie, and “magic.”

The newlyweds’ reception included the hora, Ben Platt singing their first dance song and dancing “the night away in the barn,” says Beanie. For more on this exquisite celebrity wedding with personal details, read the full story on Vogue.

More of our favorite wedding photos of Beanie and Bonnie’s, taken by luxury wedding photographer Corbin Gurkin that Beanie shared on her Instagram account, are below.

Photo of smiling wedding guests wearing pale colors of lilac, pink, gray and blue