Charleston, South Carolina got its name from King Charles. It has maintained that dignified air for centuries. Walking around this treasured city and interacting with the populace reminds you why the city was voted “America’s Most Friendly City” by Travel + Leisure in 2011 and by Condé Nast Traveler in 2013. This polite atmosphere makes for a perfectly relaxing wedding ceremony and reception, one that oozes class. If you want the feel of a royal wedding, there are no better places than Charleston.
In addition to its dignified air, Charleston is also known as “The Holy City” due to its abundance of churches and synagogues, old and new, so there is a place for everyone. Having some of the oldest synagogues in the country, including Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim and Brith Sholom Beth Israel, makes the city a must-see stop for that more spiritually minded person. Imagine having a wedding in such a religiously wealthy city!
Charleston is a city built on dignity and spirituality. What better place to have a wedding ceremony? Rabbi Lebow knows a thing or two about dignity and spiritually, having officiated countless ceremonies over the years. With Charleston’s rich heritage and spiritual open-mindedness, it is a delightful place to have a Jewish, interfaith or same sex wedding ceremony.
If you’re planning a Charleston wedding, there is no better Jewish wedding rabbi than Rabbi Lebow. Contact him today!