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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The Modern Interfaith Wedding Details We are so excited to share this beautiful wedding held in World’s Fair Park. Sarah and Thomas’s wedding ceremony and reception took place at the Foundry, but the photographers made sure to take advantage of the gorgeous, sunny day to capture some shots of the sweet couple. Juicebeats said, Their family, in fact, played an important role in every moment of Sarah and Thomas’s special day from the first look…

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The Modern Interfaith Wedding Details Robin and Shujah met while both in medical school. They dated but because of their differing faiths did not end up engaged. After being apart for sometime they decided their lives made better sense together.  One chihuahua baby later they were married. They had two ceremonies.  A private one honor Shujah’s Muslim faith and the Jewish Ceremony at Cedarwood in Nashville under the Chuppah. At Cedarwood they also did a…

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The Modern Jewish Engagement Details Julie and Brandon’s very first date was at a local coffee shop, and they wanted to return to this meaningful spot to start their engagement photo session. After talking and cuddling over coffee, they spent time walking around quaint downtown Franklin, Tenn. Just before sunset, they headed to a nearby farm for some romantic shots (and a few playful ones!) by a rustic barn and in a grassy meadow. The…

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    • This was a DIY interfaith wedding with family touches all the way.  Erin’s mom made the wedding cake.  Rafi’s mom worked closely with the florist on decoration for our wedding and she is the one who did the needle point of “Ani  le dodi ve dodi li,” the saying in Hebrew that was on the chuppah.
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