The Modern Jewish Wedding Details Chelsee & Brett met at Kilroy’s Sports Bar while attending Indiana University. They left their first meeting with a mutual dislike of one another. As fate would have it, the two saw one another later that same night at a local pizza place and ended up hitting it off.  I guess sometimes, you do get a second chance to make a first impression? These two had a gold wedding.  Everything…

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The Modern Jewish Wedding Details It’s always fun when we get to feature a wedding submitted by one of our many industry friends from Engage!, my favorite wedding conference. Today is no exception–especially, because this chuppah is so amazing we needed lots of great pictures to be able to showcase its beauty. The bride, Julie, is the owner of Jaybird Quilts and the creator of  the Hex N More ruler. She has a huge social…

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The Modern Jewish Wedding Details Alexa and Joshua live in the bay area of California but always knew they’d marry in Santa Barbara as they love to surf and were engaged overlooking the ocean. We wanted our wedding location to reflect character of Santa Barbara, California—history, architecture and the great outdoors,” Alexa said. The day started with getting ready at Junipero Serra Hall followed by a First Look. After a few minutes together, they signed…

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The Modern Jewish Wedding Details It’s our week of Chic!  But, we’re leaving “Chi-town” and heading out West to San Diego.  You’ll swear it is Spring outside.  But, it is a symbolic and cool California day for Riegan and Toby who wanted to celebrate perhaps the most important day of their lives on 12/13/14. We’re totally impressed with the level of Chicness this cute couple (alliteration is totally on purpose) combined into one elegant wedding. …

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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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