Get ready to be all kinds of jealous, because this couple is the definition of relationship goals, festival goals, and wedding goals!


Brooklyn lovers Chiara and Andrew ditched a traditional wedding for a cool, laid-back festival atmosphere, and award-winning photographer Casey Fatchett was there to capture the incredible day.

“We designed the day to feel like a music experience,” the groom explained. “We branded it as a festival of art, music, love, and libation in the heart of the Hudson Valley.”

Upon arrival, guests were given credentials and access to all the music the wedding had lined up. First up, a local guitarist played ’90s covers as guests trickled in, then a New Orleans-style brass band marched alongside as people made their way to the reception tent, and finally, a Brooklyn cover band played while the wedding party, friends, and family hit the dance floor! The best part — the couple made a compilation of their favorite songs for guests to take home! Ugh, that’s all seriously too cute.

This isn’t the only couple to celebrate their big day festival style. A couple of years ago, Brit and Jeff created a festival-inspired camping experience for their guests, complete with activities, decor, and of course, music!

Established music festivals are jumping in on this trend — you can even get Hitched at Hangout, Burning Man, and Electronic Daisy Carnival, to name a few — which all offer special wedding packages and organization. Couples have also been known to tie the knot and Bonnaroo, Electric Forest, Lightning in a Bottle and more!

Sources: Hudson Valley, Huffington Post | Photos: Casey Fatchett, Feather Love Photography