Family and Tradition a Priority at Temple Israel Wedding and Cocktails


It was a celebration of family and tradition for Michelle and Aaron on their wedding day at Temple Israel. The couple chose a combination of traditional Jewish and contemporary music for their ceremony. We performed Agadah for the seating of the grandparents, Bittersweet Symphony for the bridal party, Somewhere In Time for the Groom and Maids of Honor and the specially chosen “I Will” by the Beatles for Michelle’s bridal processional. Cantorial Soloist Neil Michaels performed the blessings in a moving manner and joined us for the recessional, Simon Tov. A unique quality to the ceremony was the couple’s use of a familial shawl that dates back over 100 years. Rabbi Harold Loss encouraged the couple to feel the love and history of their ancestors as the shawl was wrapped around them. Following the ceremony, we moved to the lobby and played Beatles, Sinatra, Motown and upbeat classical for the cocktail hour. Pat Blackwell of Party Assurance and her staff did an outstanding job coordinating all the parts of this evening. We extend Michelle and Aaron our very best wishes as they begin married life together.

Temple Israel
Party Assurance

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