Mazel Tov! Gabi & Jordan are married!
Beautiful Jewish Wedding Ceremony
Officiated by #jewishweddingrabbi #rabbiandreafrank
A winery in the city that makes their own wine. I have heard of the many boutique breweries popping up inside and outside the city. How entertaining knowing the product is made on the premises! The kosher wine is the central tradtion that is synonymous to all Jewish everything!
Wedding Love appeared in their hand-made, hand-painted telling their love story surrounding the Ketubah Jewish Marriage Contract (License) traditional text per Jewish wedding custom. I was given the honor to unveil it as the couple was being surprised with it during the Ketubah signing. The Ketubah signing takes place before the Chuppah wedding canopy ceremony. Having seen the Ketubah during the proof process, I had the opportunity to witness their eyes light up when they viewed it. They noticed every detail the Ketubah Artist painted.
Wedding Love for when Gabi stood in the middle of the aisle per custom. Even though it is the custom of the Jewish wedding, it is the first moment when the couple official join together as the groom escorts and the couple enters the Chuppah wedding canopy together. Most couples do not realize it, but that is always my favorite moment. It will never grow old with me.
They glowed under the Chuppah for they were so excited about this moment that they just could not wait for it to happen. My ceremonies are customized to each couple. A Jewish wedding has customs and traditions that are standard. It is not a secret, but when I include the couple in those standard elements, simply by their reactions, I did exactly what I had promised.
There were many special moments, and how could I not enjoy when the groom corrected me on a sports term I said incorrectly. Weddings are serious, but if I can incorpoate warmth, enjoyment, and laughter when the opportunity offers it, I will. Please read the special words Gabi & Jordan wrote on Wedding Wire
Rabbi Andrea was the PERFECT rabbi for our ceremony. Our initial officiant fell through and we contacted her about a month and a half prior to our event and she was able to meet with us quickly and was extremely accommodating. She understood 100% what we wanted in our ceremony and asked all the right questions to make the ceremony extremely personal and fun. She not only provided standard officiant services, she really explained traditions, customs, etc. to us and let us choose which ones we wanted to incorporate. From the first time we met, my husband and I could tell that she really cares about her couples and takes pride in getting to know them, marrying them, as well as staying in touch after the big day. I would recommend Rabbi Andrea to anyone looking for a truly fun and personal wedding ceremony!
Mazel Tov! Wedding Love