Wedding’s Theme of “Every Breath, Every Hour” Becomes Reality at Motor City Casino

Congratulations to Janice and Justin who were married in the luxurious Motor City Casino.  The couple was married under the traditional Jewish wedding canopy called a Chuppah.  It symbolizes the first home Janice and Justin will have together.  The ceremony was officiated by Rabbi Norman Roman and coordinated by Pat Blackwell of Party Assurance and Motor City’s Catering Manager Irene Lignos.  Our thanks go out to both these ladies for their assistance during the ceremony as this was a large wedding party with ten bridesmaids.  Janice and Justin chose Somewhere Over the Rainbow, All I Ask of You, and Don’t Stop Believing   for their ceremony music.  In addition, Angela, Rachel and Mitchell, family of the bride, sang a touching rendition of “A Thousand Years”.  It echoed the theme of their wedding, “Every breath, every hour has come to this”.  At the conclusion, Justin broke the glass while the guests yelled “Mazel Tov”, which means Congratulations.  We add our own best wishes as they begin their lives together.

Party Assurance

Motor City Casino

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