Traditional Jewish & Interfaith Weddings

The decision to marry implies a willingness to enter wholeheartedly into a sacred covenant with another person.

The traditional Jewish wedding or interfaith wedding may take place in the synagogue, a home, hotel, or an alternative location such as a garden or outdoor area. The ceremony includes declarations made to each other by the bride and groom, the sharing of wine, the giving or exchanging of rings, and the recital of traditional blessings. The ceremony also includes the "chupah" or wedding canopy, breaking of the glass, and the reading of the ketubah or wedding contract.the knot.com

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Traditional Weddings

Includes meeting with the Rabbi 2-3 times prior to that special day.

Interfaith Weddings

Includes meeting with the Rabbi 2-3 times prior to that special day.

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