Savannah Guthrie's wedding day was her moment to shine, but the Today co-anchor and hubby Mike Feldman wanted their guests to feel special, too!
So, when the couple tied the knot this Saturday in the Arizona desert, they presented each one of their 80 or so attendees with personal, handwritten letters, a source tells People.
"It was a sweatshop of letter-writing," claims an insider, who explained that the pair (and parents-to-be!) each took a turn with the writing duties. If Savannah wrote the note, Mike added a postscript note, and vice versa. Each note was accompanied by monogrammed, leather luggage tags, adds the insider, noting that both the bride and her political strategist love travel frequently with their work.
The whole Guthrie family was involved in the wedding, too! Savannah's brother, Camron, walked her down the aisle, her mom, Nancy, read her favorite Psalm and her sister, Annie, recited a poem written just for the occasion.
Another notable guest at the couple's nuptials? Matt Lauer, who tells People, "It all had a very personal feel to it...a lot of wonderful moments."
"It was beautiful. Just everything I could have dreamed," Savannah said when she shared her big news Monday on Today. "We just wanted to have this private moment. It was a small wedding. We just wanted that moment with our close friends and family to basically drop a big bomb on them."
Seems like they accomplished that! Savannah and Mike are expecting their little one to be born sometime this summer.