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The Jewish wedding contains centuries-old rituals and symbolic gestures that consecrate the new couple’s marriage and accentuate the beauty of the human institution of family.  Marriage is foundational to the Jewish family and the cornerstone of Jewish faith and tradition.  My goal is to impart a unique understanding of the marriage ceremony and customize the celebration to meet your needs.

Weddings present an opportunity to design a highly personalized and meaningful celebration in the Jewish context.  Time and again, meeting with a couple for the first time proves to be an awe-inspiring privilege, the partners’ joy being both palpable and contagious.  The experience of standing under the chuppah (wedding canopy) with the nuptial couple, guiding them through the ancient rituals of our people in a modern and creative way, is one of my most treasured privileges as a rabbi.  I would be honored to meet to discuss your wedding dreams and aspirations.

Visit Wedding FAQs and Resources for additional helpful information.

"I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine", taken from the Bible's "Song of Songs" (6:3), is a traditional verse used to describe a woman's love for her husband

The verse "I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine" is borrowed from the Bible's "Song of Songs" (6:3) and is typically associated with Jewish weddings.

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