Holidays and date setting

Sukkot starts on a Sunday night next year. Can I have my ceremony Sunday afternoon? I'm not very observant, but do want a Jewish wedding (and a willing Rabbi) Thanks Sandy -   Rabbi Andrea's Reply... Thank you for asking your … [Read more...]

Wedding Love

Mazel Tov!  Gabi & Jordan are married! Beautiful Jewish Wedding Ceremony Officiated by #jewishweddingrabbi #rabbiandreafrank HIGHLIGHTS A winery in the city that makes their own wine.  I have heard of the many boutique breweries popping … [Read more...]

Jewish Glass Breaking Ceremony

Part 6 of 7 Wedding Ceremony Order of Service The Jewish Glass Breaking Ceremony is an important part of the Jewish wedding and full of symbolism. The groom breaks the glass with his right foot at the conclusion of the Jewish wedding ceremony. It … [Read more...]

Amanda and Adam are Married!

An historic site, literally under the 59th Street Bridge, NYC. A space that was built along with the bridge that is host to a variety of life cycle ceremonies. Amanda and Adam united in marriage under the Chuppah wedding canopy and all attended … [Read more...]

Key Elements of Wedding Ceremony – Jewish

Jewish Wedding Key Elements Key Elements of wedding ceremony, Jewish is the Physical, Visual Ritual Items with Symbolism such as: Kiddush Cups, the vessels that hold the fruit of the Vine grows from the earth that sustains us. The Chuppah the … [Read more...]

Wedding Couples

Wedding Season Planning in Full Bloom! I have been meeting many couples that I will have the Honor to Officiate their Wedding Ceremonies. Many Joys, Many Blessings meeting, planning all leading each to their extra special wedding days. Looking … [Read more...]

Jewish Wedding Rabbi

Jewish Wedding Rabbi Sharing a Video that was created for her.  Just the music alone makes you want to click and play. All music has an impact on our lives, and wedding ceremony music can do the same.  The music you choose to walk down the … [Read more...]

Jewish Wedding Reception: Let’s Get the Party Started

Jewish Wedding Reception In a religious sense of Judaism, it is a mitzvah (or a commandment) for the wedding attendees to shower the newlyweds with joy and happiness. In practical terms this translates into a very loud, cheerful and delicious … [Read more...]

Destination Weddings – the 10 Tips Guide Bride and Grooms

Destination Weddings - 10 Tips Guide Brides and Grooms by Rabbi Andrea Frank After many destination weddings and ceremonies; after seeing the details once upon arrival at the destination; after experiencing first hand leading up to officiating … [Read more...]

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