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The Modern Jewish Wedding Details What are the chances that two Texans would find each other and fall in love in the Big Apple? New York City played the backdrop for their coincidental meeting in the Upper West Side. A first date quickly succeeded the exchange of phone numbers and the rest is history. When planning their Texas wedding, they wanted to incorporate the natural beauty of Austin without getting too trendy with rustic or…

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The Modern Jewish Wedding Details The first time we ever saw Jessica and Sam was in September of 2014. No one could miss them at a wedding reception because they completely own the dance floor every. single. time. And then we saw them again when we shot one of Jessica’s best friends weddings in 2015. We were actually informed at that wedding by one of our former grooms that Jessica and Sam would be engaged…

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The Elegant Modern Jewish Wedding Details We decided we could use something pretty out of Washington, DC this week! How about an elegant Modern Jewish Wedding at the St. Regis Hotel on Valentine’s Day too.  Talk about a celebration! James & Allison got ready, did their first look, held their chuppah ceremony and then their reception all within the beautiful grounds of the St. Regis.  The St. Regis is not only elegant but also, is…

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The Modern Jewish Wedding Details Inspired by the grandeur of the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington, D.C., Claudia and Joseph dreamed up a glamorous and luxurious Modern Jewish Wedding celebration with their friends and family. Claudia & Joseph did it all!  They had a first look, a groom’s tisch, a bedekken, a hakafah, smashed the glass, did yihud and then came out dancing and ready to party. They even bought customized benchers for blessings…

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Avrom & Leah’s Traditional Orthodox Wedding The Modern Jewish Details As a Hassidic wedding, Avrom & Leah had each Jewish wedding tradition as a part of their wedding day. The groom studied before the wedding as a part of the groom’s tisch while Leah was entertained by the women as a part of Kabbalat Panim.   When Leah was ready, Avrom was escorted to her with dancing and merriment. Avrom had already signed the Ketubah which…

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