It was a dark (if not stormy) night in Burbank at the lovely Sportsmen's Lodge – the patio was lit with lanterns and awash with joy as Pastor Ralph officiated for the marriage of Raquel and Scott. Combining both Christian and Jewish traditions, with readings from both the Hebrew and Christian scriptures, the proverbial knot was tied with sincerity and joy! The groom's young son Dylan, in addition to being the ring bearer, also voiced his promise to do his best to make the new family a happy and healthy one.
Noah & Valerie tied the knot at Eden Garden Bar & Grill in Pasadena. This was a multicultural ceremony as we incorporated a couple of Catholic and Jewish traditions.
We signed the Ketubah and Noah broke the glass at the end of the ceremony. We also did the Lasso ritual, a wedding prayer, and the popular mothers rose presentation which they decided to include their grandmothers as well.
The ceremony was also bilingual so both families could understand and be a part of it.
It was truly an awesome experience!
Noah and Valerie I wish you all the blessings in the World!!!
Kirk and Rosa’s wedding took place at Knollwood Country Club in Granada Hills. An outdoor ceremony and reception inside a huge ballroom. This was a multicultural ceremony, Catholic and Jewish.
Kirk’s uncle graced us with the wine blessing in Hebrew. It was beautiful! I love when people participate in the ceremony! The ceremony was also bilingual. It turned out beautiful and the couple was amazing!!!
Kirk & Rosa I wish you all the blessings in the World!!!