The Modern Jewish Wedding Details Kayla & Michael really wanted a barn wedding to match their love of country music, but since their friends and families all live in NYC, they settled on a WWII warehouse on the waterfront in Brooklyn. Raw feeling, with exposed brick and heavy wooden beams, the space was both industrial, yet cozy, despite its massive size. We blended the industrial feel of the warehouse with country western by doing an…

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Has the recent winter snowstorm got you down? Just about everywhere east of the Rockies got its first solid shot of winter weather in the last week, and even though most of us were home huddled in warmth we could all use a little dose of bright cheer to combat the wintery gloom. Fortunately, Pantone has come to the rescue with its Spring 2016 Color Report! This past September Pantone put together a palette the…

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This fall and winter’s wild El Niño weather may make you wish for spring, with fresh and frothy pastels creating the right mood for 2016. With Pantone as the go-to color expert, the 2016 Color of the Year is actually two – a blend of two soft shades (Rose Quartz and Serenity) that bring to mind warm rose tones and cool blue. “Rose Quartz is a persuasive yet gentle tone that conveys compassion and a…

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Now Trending: Pantone Colors I’m a bit of a color addict. Put me in front of a wall of nail polish colors at the salon or paint swatches at Home Depot and I’m a happy girl. The right color can brighten your mood, transform a space or set the tone for a picture-perfect wedding. So when Pantone released its lineup of hues for spring 2016, my heart skipped a beat. This carefully selected palette sets the trend for…

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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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