Jewish Marriage Celebrant,
Jewish Wedding Ceremony
We celebrated this civil Jewish wedding ceremony the way you the couple wanted it.
Since it is a civil wedding, but following the Jewish tradition customs, we sat down together, and decided on which of the Jewish customs we should include. Basically, after explaining and showing the couple all the possibilities, they chose only what suited them.
The groom, even though not Jewish, was very keen on saying the Kiddush in Hebrew.
During the ceremony, I briefly explained why we were all standing under the chuppah. The chuppah symbolizing protection of the house over this beautiful loving couple.
And of course, the groom chose the breaking of the glass ritual, not before we reminded everyone the custom of calling out loud “Mazel tov”.
The beautiful professional photos are by Jen @ www.jenniferlamphotography.com
Contact me so we can discuss your ceremony and how we can make it unique and special for you.
Jewish Marriage Celebrant at Gunners Barracks in Mosman
A beautiful fun wedding ceremony at Gunners Barracks. It is an iconic wedding venue in Mosman for many weddings on the North Shore of Sydney.
The wedding ceremony took place under the Chuppah on the front deck overlooking the harbour. A beautiful view of the harbour in the background.
At each and every ceremony, you can choose to include any of the rituals from the Jewish wedding tradition. It is all going to be the couple’s choice.
This bride and groom chose to include a few of the Jewish wedding tradition. So we were standing under a beautifully decorated with flowers Chuppah built by some of their friends, and covered with a Tallit.
First, the groom walked in with his parents, followed by flower girls and two nephews, and came out the bride with her parents.
We asked the two sets of parents to join us as I explained to the guests why we were standing under the chuppah. They also stayed with us for the kiddush. I then kindly asked the parents to sit down, enjoy the rest of the ceremony while their lovely children tied the knot in a Jewish style wedding ceremony.
We also had a very special ring bearer – the couple’s cute little dog.
And of course, the highlight of every Jewish ceremony is with the breaking of the glass.