TESTIMONIALS, REVIEWS, SENTIMENTS ETC.
New Feature for Rabbi Andrea Frank, The Jewish Wedding Rabbi , Testimonials, Reviews, Sharing Sentiments etc.
Wedding Couples have Wedding Wire posting their sentiments for other Wedding Couples read about the ‘Rabbi’. Families for Baby Naming Ceremonies, the Bar Bat Mitzvah Program do not. After many ceremonies I have Officiated I have been asked, “where can we post sentiments, testimonials, reviews for you? Rabbi, if you need our testimonials, we are more than happy to do so for you. This page is created for just that purpose.
I thank all those in advance for posting your testimonials, reviews, and sentiments.
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Rabbi Andrea Frank
Baby Alice L’Dor V’Dor from Generation from Generation Baby Naming.
The ultimate expression of Love and Joy when a child receives a Hebrew Name in Memory of an extra special family member so close to all their hearts.
Mom, Rachel Quote, “when I knew I was having a daughter, I knew my Mom was answering my prayers. She was always going to be with me through her.”
Mazel Tov! Delightful Rabbi’s Student became a Bat Mitzvah!
Private Bat Mitzvah Ceremony in the apartment that was once home to two iconic entertainers, 1934 & 1964 in a NYC landmark building. It added to the main highlight of the day when Rachel became a Bat Mitzvah. An intimate setting that brought family together to celebrate her life cycle ceremony.
Rachel’s Father, Rich’s Quote, “The setting was perfect for our family! Thank you Rabbi Andrea for connecting us to the person at this location.”
on her daughter’s Baby Naming Ceremony
When searching for the appropriate person to perform our daughter’s baby naming, we spoke with a few individuals before finding Rabbi Andrea Frank. Everyone else gave me the sense that our event would be a quick stop for them, a formality, a check-the-box and then they’d be on their way to do other events the same day. Rabbi Frank was so incredibly warm and personable from the first time we spoke, I knew it would be a special experience to work with her and it was!
I was a big fan of all the little details she paid attention to- for example, she brings a portable chuppah and asked us ahead of time to invite four guests to participate in our ceremony by holding one corner. It was a lovely way to make sure some of our family members felt a little extra love. Throughout the ceremony itself, she incorporated several members of our family including siblings, parents and grandparents, acknowledging them and making sure each and everyone felt acknowledged but was sure not to over-do it. We loved these special touches and felt it was a perfect way to make the afternoon about family and tradition rather than just a baby naming.
The ceremony was beautiful, dedicated to and personalized for us. It was memorable, intimate and I recommend her with the highest regards for anyone considering a very special blessing. : )
I knew from the moment I met Rabbi Andrea, that our wedding would be perfect. My husband and I had planned a very non traditional wedding but it was important to him to be married by a Rabbi. As I was not Jewish at the time, a reformed Rabbi was our only option. Add to that our very nontraditional wedding plans to be married in a barbecue restaurant, it was definitely a challenge to figure out who would be willing to marry us in a ceremony that suited our style. Rabbi Andrea not only listened to our wishes for the ceremony but surprised us with a very special and customized service. She learned a lot about us throughout the process, including our love for music and concerts. She weaved lines from various songs and artists that we both love into the ceremony which made it all that more special to us. We also have a blended family as this is the 2nd marriage for us both, and Rabbi Andrea included the children in the ceremony as she felt it was important that we were not only bound together as a couple, but that we were bound together as a family which was also important to us and our children. Rabbi Andrea made our special day absolutely perfect and we are blessed to have her as a part of our lives.
Dear Rabbi Frank,
There are events that happen in our lives that are meant to be, God has His hand in it. God has people connect with each other because He knows our hearts. He sent me to you because He knew you would help me give my grandson my father’s Hebrew name, Avraham. We are a multi-cultural family. The traditional path was not an option. My son and his wife, as well as both families, thank you for your open heart. May you be blessed for all the babies, children and adults you help and preside over. Thank you for letting Avraham have his Jewish heritage.
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