Toward the end of May, Beanie Feldstein and film producer Bonnie-Chance Roberts got married in an event that sounds like if Wes Anderson opened a summer camp, which is to say, incredibly whimsical. Naturally, Vogue dedicated a write-up and a breezy 97-photo collection to the affair, down to the embroidered bandanas, board games, s’mores station, and outdoor-casual celebrity fashion.
Feldstein and Roberts told Vogue that they met in 2018 while working together on How to Build a Girl and first started appearing on red carpets together (in coordinated outfits, no less) toward the end of 2019. After spending 13 months apart during the pandemic, Roberts proposed in the elaborately decorated backyard of Feldstein’s childhood home, surrounded by 600 Mason jars and fairy lights, strung-up photos of the couple, hand-painted wooden road signs of significant locations to them, and all their L.A. friends.
Two years later, they channeled the same energy into their wedding, which took place at a lake estate in the Hudson Valley. The event, Feldstein told Vogue, was designed to feel like summer camp, though the official theme was a “love note” to their guests. The weekend-long affair included friendship bracelet-making, an after-party in a treehouse, and custom embroidery on basically everything. Both women wore custom Gucci paired with diamond-encrusted headbands for the lakeside ceremony, which they described as “Jew-ish” and was officiated by Feldstein’s mother’s best friend.
Of course, Feldstein’s gang of young Hollywood actors was there: Ben Platt sang their first-dance song, and he attended with his fiancé Noah Galvin, along with Molly Gordon and Kaitlyn Dever. Also there: Feldstein’s family friend Adam Levine and his partner Behati Prinsloo, plus her close friend Sarah Paulson and her partner Holland Taylor.
Congratulations to Beanie and Bonnie! Their names sound incredible together, their wedding was magical, and they have all the needlework two women can want.