Meghan Trainor & Daryl Sabara's Wedding Album: See All the Photos from Their 'Dreamy' Night
“It’s the beginning of an awesome, whole new life,” says Trainor, who began dating Sabara in July 2016 before he popped the question in December 2017.
“I got way more than I ever wished for," adds Trainor
The bride — with the help of her stylist Hayley Atkin — accessorized her Berta wedding gown with Norman Silverman jewels.
Shoes to Say "I Do"
Trainor stepped into Badgley Mischka heels to walk down the aisle. (For all the exclusive details from Trainor and Sabara's wedding, click here.)
A Walk To Remember
"I didn't look like a glam pop star — I just looked like a really beautiful woman that I've always wanted to look like since I was my uncomfortable 13-year-old self," Trainor says of her Berta gown, which she paired with a dramatic veil.
Father of the Bride
Trainor walked down the aisle to "Marry Me," an original song she wrote inspired by Sabara.
"My father started bawling as soon as he was done handing me off to Daryl," she says of dad Gary Trainor. "That's when I almost lost it — it took all of me not to cry tears of joy because I wanted to look good for the pictures!"
For inspiration, "I YouTubed 'How do you write vows?' It was actually very helpful!" says Trainor (with Sabara and manager Tommy Bruce, left, who officiated).
The Grinning Groom
"I’m just the luckiest guy in the world," says Sabara. "I got to marry my best friend."
All About That Bling
Trainor and Sabara exchanged bands: titanium for him, and hers a platinum, diamond-encrusted anniversary style to complement her 1-carat engagement ring.
"He’s never embarrassed to be lovey-dovey, and I love that about him," Trainor says of Sabara. "It makes me look at him like: Wow, what a man I got. He’s so mature and awesome. He’ll wake me up every morning with three kisses. He treats me like a queen. My life is like a fairy-tale."
Cheers to the Happy Couple!
“I’m no longer the ‘future hubby’ — I get to just be the hubby, which I’m excited about!” says Sabara, referencing Trainor’s 2015 hit single “Dear Future Husband.”
The Groom's Get-Up
Sabara wore an Armani tux.
“I always pictured myself getting married; I just never pictured what it would look like,” says Trainor of her big day. “But it’s better than I could ever have dreamed of. It was magical.”
The happy couple worked with wedding planners Sacks Productions to put on their perfect day. They turned a massive tent in the backyard into a luxe, lounge-like space with lights and décor by Town and Country Event Rentals, additional lights by Images by Lighting, flowers from Celio’s Design and additional décor from Revelry Event Designers.
The Groom Gets Down
At the reception, Sabara delivered a choreographed dance to a medley of their favorite love songs (Chet Baker's "Someone to Watch over Me," "Pop! Goes My Heart" from Music and Lyrics and "Suit & Tie" by Justin Timberlake) for his new bride.
"I'm always like, 'I'm giving you guys a show all the time; put on a show for me!'" says Trainor. "I fell in love all over again. I thought I was going to pass out with joy."
Suit & Tie
For his performance, Sabara — who rocked Tom Ford sunglasses — enlisted Trainor's longtime collaborator Charm La'Donna for choreography, as well as four backup dancers.
Let Them Eat Cake
A Slice of Newlywed Life
In addition to the wedding cake, the couple served a red velvet-Oreo ice cream cake — and Trainor's family surprised her with a birthday cake, as she turned 25 the same day she tied the knot.
Following the ceremony, Trainor slipped into a Rita Vinieris lace suit and Aldo sneakers for the reception. Then to dance, Trainor and Sabara got comfy in some “Just Married” hoodies, a gift from her mom.
“I’ll never forget having everyone I love in one place and dancing my heart out till I got so sweaty and nauseous,” Trainor says of the wedding, where they danced to several of her own songs, including "All the Ways" and "Let You Be Right."