The Modern Jewish Wedding Details Elegant, equestrian was the style for Maureen & Ralph’s wedding. It was the perfect theme since Maureen’s favorite sport is horseback riding. The bridesmaids wore mismatched gowns, each with a unique hue of mint green and matching dusty rose pashminas (perfect for the winter wedding).  The florals were accented with orange and pink hues. Each of the girls’ bouquet had a different leather buckle on them.  Maureen’s gift to them…

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The DIY Modern Interfaith Wedding Details When it’s meant to be, you know! Rafi met Erin while he was on a conference in Virginia and he wasn’t going to let the fact that he was stationed hundreds of miles away in Hawaii stop him from pursuing her. Erin and Rafi planned for a garden ceremony at the Springdale House in West Columbia, but the weather wasn’t in favor so they decided to move the party…

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A Silver Sparkle Spectacular of A Modern Jewish Wedding When the groom’s last name is Silver and the bride is a Radio City Rockette, a silver and sparkle wedding is pretty much a given.  The bride was dressed in silver and sparkle from her head piece all the way down to her Jimmy Choo shoes.  The wedding dress, reception dress, chuppah, table linens, cake, desserts and mini-champagne bottles for the guest giveaway all had silver…

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We hope you’re having a Happy Hanukkah!  Are you enjoying our gift to you, our Picks for the Best Of Series.  We’ve visited the beach, the mountains and Montreal so far this week in our Best Of 2016 Series. Now, we’re going across Canada to Ontario.  We knew Dani & Daniel’s (Or D2 as we call them) Modern Interfaith Wedding would be one of our Best of the Year from the minute we saw it…

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The Modern Interfaith Wedding Details We just love a good southern wedding with all the trimmings.  Lauren and Matthew were married at the Loveless Barn in Nashville, Tennessee, part of the famous Loveless Cafe, long-time destination for country music fans. Matthew and I met at a crowded dive bar in NYC’s Greenwich Village in 2008, connecting over the live renditions of Otis Redding, John Denver, CCR and America. A year and a half later, Matthew…

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    • Birkat Kohanim is one of our favorite Jewish wedding traditions.
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It signifies that today is a day of irrevocable change. The moment when the glass is broken the separate lives of each individual getting married end and their life as a married couple begins.  The act is a reminder that relationships are fragile and must be treated with great care, love and mutual respect.
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