The Modern Jewish Wedding Details Mazel Tov Sukie & Adam on your one year anniversary.  Last October the two had a Modern Jewish Wedding at the North Carolina Botanical Gardens.  The perfect venue for their Ecofriendly Outdoorsy wedding with DIY elements. The wedding invitation showcased exactly what the guests would experience:  touches of Sukie’s travels to India.  Those touches even included the flowers woven into her hair and the beautiful ceramic twin elephants that topped…

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Happy Passover! It is clearly Spring time.  Yippee!  This week we celebrated Earth Day and tonight we celebrate Passover by eating greens (more salt water is necessito por le parsley)! To honor the holidays we’re posting 10 tips you need to make sure your Modern Jewish Wedding is good for you and our environment. The ideas in this article come from a  a Sierra Club article on how to plan a “Green” wedding–which by its…

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It’s Tu B’Shevat!  The New Year for Trees! To celebrate we’re posting some tips you need to make sure your Modern Jewish Wedding is good for you and our environment. We are blessed to live on a planet that provides us with clean water to drink, fresh air to breathe, and nourishing soil to live on and grow food. This article printed in 2007 from the Sierra Club is full of the best ideas on…

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The Modern Interfaith Wedding Details Sarah and Adam met on a dance floor. Sarah was there with a date that wouldn’t dance with her and Adam stepped in. We did a killer move where we linked arms back to back and then the person in the air would kick their feet high. It was instant trust, and a whole lot of fun. The other guy didn’t last.  On our first date (after the dancing) we…

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Passover marks the beginning of the harvest season. We are blessed to live on a planet that provides us with clean water to drink, fresh air to breathe, and nourishing soil to live on and grow food. This season, we rededicate ourselves to healing the world around us in the short-term and long-term, so, it seems fitting to revisit the theme of planning an Eco-Friendly Wedding. This article printed in 2007 from the Sierra Club…

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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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