May 29, 2016, is the greatest day of CNBC journalist Sara Eisen and Matthew Levine because that is the exact date when they accepted each other as husband and wife in New York. CNBC's journalist Sara’s husband is Matthew Levine, a Managing Editor at Bloomberg TV. Journalist couple married at Brooklyn event space, Weylin B. Seymour. At a wedding, Eisen and Levine spend a huge budget to celebrate their grand wedding party, therefore, that might be the main reason they selected the grand wedding hall. Weylin B. Seymour is decorated by various art and architecture such as classic elegance, splendor, and original hand-cut mosaic marvel floors. And you know the cost of the wedding party hall? It’s $320 per person for signature wedding packages. OMG! isn't this quite expensive?
First-time the couple met at Bloomberg television in 2011, at that time both worked at Bloomberg. Before the wedding day, Sara was quite busy, so, she did not get the chance to use her social media site Twitter. From May 26 to June 12, she took a leave from her social site. Or might be you can say she was trying to keep her secret even Levine never released news about his relationship with his wife. There would be another reason that she was busy to select her designer bridal gown for a special day and her make-up and all. But The Hollywood Reporter media released their grand wedding news in the newspaper and Sara did not forget to thank THR media.
— Sara Eisen (@SaraEisen) July 1, 2016
Lovely wife Sara Eisen and husband Matthew Levine got engaged in 2015 on a labor day and married after some time. They wanted to make their honeymoon memorable, so they went to Thailand. Through Instagram, Sara shared their pictures from Thailand, where both of them looked joyful on their honeymoon.
Eisen works on CNBC from 2013 to now, recently she is busy hosting two programs “worldwide Exchange” and “Squawk on the Street”. Before she joined CNBC, she had worked on Bloomberg Television on a business report. She graduated from New York University as well as received a master's in Journalism from Northwestern. Her mother is Dr. Jane Eisen and her father is Dr.Drore Eisen, a dermatologist.