The 1 Thing Sarah Jessica Parker Regrets About Her Wedding Day
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are known for their big-city love, and their wedding was just as glamorous. The couple, who are parents to son James Wilkie and twin daughters Tabitha and Loretta, tied the knot during an intimate ceremony on May 19, 1997. Not only did the reception capture their mutual love for the theater, but just like her fashionable Sex and the City character, Sarah went against tradition with her wedding gown. Since this year marks their 20-year wedding anniversary, look back at the most interesting details about their big day.
They Got Married in the City, Naturally
The big-city couple tied the knot at New York's Angel Orensanz Synagogue in the Lower East Side.
Their Wedding Was a Surprise
Their 100 guests thought they were actually attending a party when they arrived at the wedding ceremony.
Sarah Made Sure She Had Something Borrowed, Blue, Old, and New
Sarah really covered her bases on her big day. Aside from wearing blue shoes, she borrowed a handkerchief, had an old coin, and wore a brand-new dress.
Sarah Didn't Wear White
Just like her Sex and the City character, Sarah made a major fashion statement on her wedding day: she wore black. While her ruffled black Morgane Le Fay dress has become iconic over the years, she actually regrets it. If she had the chance to do it over, she says she'd "wear a beautiful, proper wedding dress."