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Happy Hanukkah We have some final ideas for making sure you celebrate Hanukkah the Modern Jewish Wedding Way! Have you seen the new Maccabeats Hanukkah Video? No?  That’s what you have us for–so, you don’t miss this. Have your Hamilton Mix Tape ready to play when you’re done! Eat, Drink & Get Married OK!  Not, getting married this Hanukkah?  Well, how about just eat and drink some? Check out our Mexican Hot Chocolate Recipe from…

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However you spell it here are our 8 Tips to have “8 Crazy Nights!” Bring on the Latkes & Vodkas (and don’t forget the doughnuts)! By night 3 traditional fried latkes and the sour cream vs. applesauce debate can get a bit tiresome.  So, why not spice it up a little.  Literally!  Anjali from Perfect Morsel created Spiced Latkes with Cilantro & Mint Chutney fusing together her spiced Indian food heritage and her husband’s traditional…

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There’s only five more shopping days until the first night of Chanukkah!  We’re celebrating the only way we know–with a Modern Jewish Wedding. A Chanukkah Modern Jewish Wedding You may remember Alyssa & Jonathan? They were our very first winning MJW couple.  They won a personalized chuppah topper, Ketubah.com supplied their Ketubah and their engagement pictures were even featured in the first edition of our magazine. Alyssa & Jonathan were engaged at a Chanukkah celebration…

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It’s the perfect day wedding for a #TBT. Remember Alyssa & Jonathan? Our very first engagement contest winning couple?  We published their engagement pictures in the first Modern Jewish Wedding magazine. Chanukkah is a special time of year for the couple, they were engaged at a Chanukkah celebration surrounded by their families.  They got married the same way.  During Chanukkah surrounded by family and friends.  They even lit the menorah as a part of the…

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I have to be honest, Chanukah (which is how one of my favorite rabbi’s taught me to spell it) isn’t one of my favorite holidays.  It’s not even in my top 3 Jewish holidays or top 5 of all holidays.  (Thanksgiving, Simchat Torah, Shavuot, Shabbat, Passover and New Year’s just in case you’re curious.)  In fact, usually from Thanksgiving to New Year’s I do an excellent impression of the Grinch! But, this year, is different! …

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