Milana and Paul: A Marriage of Traditions
Her family is from Russia. His is from Greece. To begin their future, they married in Cancun. And just beyond the horizon is where their hopes and dreams began.
In their own words...
Jackie and Michael: Bermuda Bride
Bermuda can captivate you. It's no wonder that Jackie and Michael John brought us all to this
enchanting island of pink sand and turquoise sea. But it was their love and faith in each other that
gave us a moment suspended in time. In their own words...
Taposh and Tania: Love Transcends All Faiths
Taposh's parents are from Russia and Bangladesh, Tania's are from a suburb of Delhi, India. They wanted their wedding to respect their faiths, their cultures and most importantly their family. In their own words...
Jess and Adam: Vows at the Philly Maritime Museum
On a terrace overlooking the Delaware River Jessica descended an outdoor stairway as majestically as a tall ship glides into port. Adam was mesmerized...and we were, too. In their own words...
Julie and Nathan: Wedding as Art
I have been Julie's rabbi since she was born. So when Nathan proposed, we were delighted. It was a privilege to become his rabbi and friend, as well. They married surrounded by art. It was fitting, as they are both a beautiful expression of what love can become. In their own words...
I've Done Weddings in These Places (So far, and sometimes so near)
I've Done Weddings in These Languages (It's amazing how love translates)