Interfaith? Inter-racial? LGBTQ? Rabbi or an Officiant?

When you get engaged, you begin preparing for the most important day of your lives and you want it to be the best! You choose the venue with care; taste the food; listen to the DJ or band; and review photographs before choosing a photographer.

And if you aren’t a member of a Temple or a Church, then you go on line and choose an “Officiant”.
Some of you opt for a person who obtained “officiant” status by registering on line as an officiant. That’s fine. You will pay less.

You want your wedding ceremony to create a mood – an ambience. You want someone with the personality and skill to create a ceremony that reflects both of you. Jewish ceremonies have beautiful traditions that celebrate and enhance the love the two of you share. They work for Jewish couples; interfaith couples (with a few tweaks and additions!); Hindu-Jewish couples (with some more tweaks and additions!); LBGTQ couples; inter-racial couples; Chinese-Jewish couples; Scottish-Jewish couples; Irish-Jewish couples; Jewish-Columbian or Mexican – you get the idea, we add traditions from your heritage and put them together with the Jewish ceremony to make magic!

I’ve added Chinese tea ceremonies; the Irish Gaelic and Scottish tradition of handfasting; jump the broom; a Hindu ceremony integrated with the Jewish ceremony and so much more!
Whatever you choose, make it just right for the two of you!!!