Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg tied the knot on Saturday, October 31st, in southern California, and Martha Stewart Weddings was there! The couple's rustic-chic celebration started with a hilltop ceremony in front of 200+ guests. It included personal vows and Jewish traditions. Next came sunset cocktails and dinner nearby. With its boho vibe and gold design elements, the weekend was full of what Chung and Greenberg love—their friends, families, the great outdoors, and fashion and music. The bride, who also pens her own style blog What the Chung, dressed her bridesmaids in custom gowns and the singer/songwriter groom handled all the music-related responsibilities, including asking a good friend to sing their first dance song (we'll share all the details soon!).
Event planner and designer Lisa Vorce helped Chung and Greenberg with their wedding weekend in Santa Barbara, which kicked off with a costumed “Boos and Booze” welcome dinner on Friday night to get into the Halloween spirit. Vorce, who masterminded the nuptials of Chrissy Teigen and John Legend, and Emily Current and David Brotherton, worked with the couple to plan their three days of celebrations and to design the look of the wedding itself, which was inspired by the colors of a sunset. The newlyweds wanted a venue with enough room to house all of their guests, so that the party could go on all weekend. They chose El Capitan Canyon, a coastal resort with cabins and yurts for everyone to stay in, and hiking trails and lots of outdoor activities on offer.
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Photographer Thayer Allyson Gowdy took this photo of the pair sharing a moment before the ceremony.
This weekend's wedding isn't their only co-production; the newlyweds have also worked together a number of times professionally. They co-star in a trio of movies, including Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong, which is slated to come out in February. Greenberg has starred in television shows including How to Make it in America and One Tree Hill, and movies, such as Prime and A Short History of Decay; Chung most recently appeared on Hulu's Resident Advisors.
Congrats to the happy couple! Look for the full story and plenty of photos in an upcoming issue of Martha Stewart Weddings.