When two people get married, they commit to each other for the rest of their lives. This is a huge decision; it is essential to do everything you can to ensure your marriage is strong and lasts forever. If you want your marriage to last, you must put in the effort before and after the wedding. In this blog post, we will discuss ways you can strengthen the foundation of your marriage!Continue reading How To Strengthen The Foundation Of Your Marriage Even Before The Wedding
The Jewish wedding ceremony is a rite of passage that takes place over days. It is a time for families and friends to celebrate the love between the bride and groom and witness their commitment to each other. In this post, you’ll learn some of the main details about Jewish wedding ceremonies so you can understand what goes on during these beautiful events.Continue reading A Guide To The Jewish Wedding Ceremony and Order of Service Under The Chuppah
So you are scanning through your junk mail and see an invitation to a friend’s wedding. You have worked by his side for years, sharing in both occupational stressors and (a little) comic relief. However, the invitation is rather upfront, clearly labelling this wedding as a “Jewish Wedding.”
Oy Vey! What to do?
Sit down, grab a bagel (with some shmeer) and read through this simple article.
Not too hard?
Although your wedding is very much your special day, it includes many other people too. This means that rescheduling has a ripple effect that may feel overwhelming when it becomes the only way forward. Your family is going to be affected, as well as your other guests and your vendors.
The logistics depend on your specific circumstances, who you are working with, and where you reside. But it would be best if you remember why you are doing this. When it comes down to it, putting the elegant invitations, unique flower arrangements, and carefully curated details aside, you chose to get married because you wanted to do so in the presence of your loved ones.Continue reading Reschedule Don’t Cancel: A Relentless Guide on Postponing Your Wedding