This Houston Couple Met In Kindergarten In Kinkaid, But Took Years To Find Love – The Marriage Story Of Sarah Harris And Perry Oster

Perry Oster and Sarah Harris met in kindergarten at Kinkaid School. They attended Sunday school together where they were confirmed in the same class. They even went to each other’s bar mitzvahs. They didn’t even become friends until their senior year of high school.

Then, on New Years Eve 2014, they had their first kiss and the rest is history. After four years of dating remotely in college, Harris and Oster returned to Houston and began the rest of their lives together. They moved into their first home and had a precious puppy they named Hank.


On Valentine’s Day 2021, Perry asked Sarah out to measure their back patio for furniture. Sarah thought it was a little weird since it was very cold outside and it was raining lightly, but she put on her coat and grabbed the measuring tape.

They went out into their garden and there Perry asked Sarah to be his wife. In their first home together after eight years of dating. The following week, they brought Hank home.

The wedding setting

The wedding reception was held at Houston’s Revaire event setting. Guests were greeted with signature cocktails made with juice from a family member’s company – Twisted Alchemy. After cocktail hour, the curtains opened to reveal the beautiful surroundings of the reception. The place had been transformed into a warm, romantic and beautiful garden-like ground.


The wedding ceremony took place at Congregation Beth Israel, the synagogue both families have been members of since they were in Houston. They were married by a wonderful rabbi who had known them both since they were children.

Perry Oster and Sarah Harris’ wedding was a party. (Photo by Chris Bailey Photography)

The happy couple stood under a stunning chuppah with both sets of their parents. Sarah walked down the aisle to “Here Comes the Sun,” a song her dad used to play her when she was little. She has loved him ever since.

The ceremony ended with Perry doing the traditional glass breaking as the crowd shouted “Mazel Tov!”

wedding outfit

Black tie.

Perry Oster and Sarah Harris wedding party (Photo by Chris Bailey Photography)

The wedding of Perry Oster and Sarah Harris

The wedding party included 10 bridesmaids, 10 groomsmen and three ushers. The bridesmaids wore different dresses designed by Jenny Yoo in a sage green color from Bella Bridesmaid.


“The wedding was the most fun party with the most amazing people,” Sarah says. “The band was amazing and played everything we wanted, from Frank Sinatra to The Killers. From the first dance to the last dance, the whole night felt like the best dream.

“The whole venue was on the dance floor singing and dancing and having the best time.”

The food

The wedding was organized by A Fare Extraordinaire. Cocktail hour included past appetizers of edamame truffle dumplings, crab cakes and beef with polenta. Dinner included peppercorn prime rib, whipped vegetable puree, Brussels sprouts and a seasonal salad, or chili-rubbed shrimp and jalapeno grits, black bean cakes and bread muffins. corn.

The wedding cake was an almond vanilla cake with buttercream frosting and the groom’s cake was a raspberry filled dark chocolate cake made by Susie’s Cakes. The late night snack was truffle fries and a boozy coffee milkshake.

The_food (Photo by Chris Bailey Photography)
Perry Oster and Sarah Harris’ wedding was a party. With food to match. (Photo by Chris Bailey Photography)

Special details

Every little detail seemed perfect, but the couple says their absolute favorite part of the wedding — the one they’ll treasure forever — was the live painting. An artist came before the reception to start painting the decor and then continued once the party started.

Everyone loved watching her paint and now Perry and Sarah have the beautiful painting hanging in their dining room. They can see it every day and watch it every night when they have dinner.

Perry Oster and Sarah Harris’ wedding was a party. And they came out in style. (Photo by Chris Bailey Photography)

The exit

Guests tossed rose petals as the bride and groom drove off, departing in a vintage Rolls-Royce. Perry and Sarsh said goodbye to their parents in their arms and thanked them for the most incredible night before embarking on their new life together.

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