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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The Modern Jewish Wedding Details It was a beautiful day for a wedding,” said photographer Kathleen.  Ilana & Dan were preparing for their wedding at Turf Valley Country Club. Their guests had been arriving all week from as far away as Russia and Germany. Ilana sat in her room with her bridesmaids mom and sister getting her hair and make-up done meanwhile Dan and his groomsmen searched the hotel for something to eat. The two…

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The Modern Jewish Wedding Details Ari and Jordan were married just around the corner from the exact spot they met. They first met while working out at a student rec center at The University of Texas at Austin. They joked that, You know it is true love when you find each other attractive when you are at your sweatiest.” Because they both love UT and Austin, it was special to them that their wedding venue…

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The Modern Jewish Wedding Details OMG, it’s another Monday!  The weekend went by in a flash and getting up today and heading back to work was a challenge.  Then this chic MJW was in our queue to be published and the day was instantly brightened–with lots of color.  Pull up your chair and your coffee ladies for this fabulously Chic Modern Jewish Wedding. When we say fabulously–we mean fabulously.  For starters it is the Chicago…

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We’re counting down our favorite Modern Jewish Weddings from 2015.  Today we have a wedding honoring two very different faiths together (and one very cute dog). From this Vintage Modern Jewish Wedding we are oh so in love with the veil, the mis-matched bridesmaids dresses (can you say chic?) and those bales of hay around the campfire.  And, let’s not forget their flower dog, Taj. The Modern Interfaith Wedding Details Robin and Shujah met while…

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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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