Beanie Feldstein and her partner of five years, Bonnie-Chance Roberts, wed in late May.
The pair held a summer-camp-themed wedding on the Cedar Lakes Estate in Hudson Valley.
Kaitlyn Dever, Ben Platt, Sarah Paulson, and Adam Levine were among the attendees.
Beanie Feldstein and Bonnie-Chance Roberts wed last month at Cedar Lakes Estate in Hudson Valley, New York, with friends and family in attendance.
Over the weekend of May 19, the pair threw a summer-camp-themed wedding attended by close pals including Kaitlyn Dever, Sarah Paulson, and Ben Platt, who sang a song dedicated to the couple at their reception.
Feldstein and Roberts met while making the 2018 film "How to Build a Girl" and Feldstein told Vogue: "From the moment we first kissed, we both knew we would get married and months after that, Bon had announced that when the time came, she wanted to be the one to propose to me."
The pair spent more than a year apart, though, because of the pandemic, and when they reunited, Bonnie proposed with the couple's friends and families in attendance.
But also at the wedding were Adam Levine and his wife Behati Prinsloo, who, as Beanie explained to Vogue, are "lifelong family friends."
You might not think that Levine would have any connection to the Feldsteins, but in fact, the families go way, way back.
In 2014, Beanie's brother Jonah Hill told Howard Stern that he and Levine's "dads met in the principal's office in junior high. We were in carpool. We lived at each other's houses."
When Levine and Prinsloo married in 2014, Hill served as the officiant.
Beanie's late brother Jordan was also a close friend and the longtime manager of Maroon 5.
Jordan Feldstein founded Career Artist Management, which managed Levine's band, along with Elle King, Miguel, and the B-52s.
In 2017, Jordan died suddenly at the age of 40 of pulmonary thromboembolism, devastating his family, friends, and clients.
Levine spoke out about the loss of his longtime manager in an interview with Variety in 2018.
Speaking of Jordan's death, he said: "It was a tragedy foisted upon us and far and away one of the saddest moments of our lives, and personally of mine. This is a kid I've known since we were in diapers. He was one of the most important people in my life from a very early age."
Jordan, he continued, "will always be something that's missing in my life. I break down; I cry. We built this together, and it will never be complete without him. But at the same time, we know he wants us to keep trucking."
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