Combining Lives, Combining Traditions

Modern weddings are a beautiful combination of traditions from many faiths, ethnicities and cultures. When saying “I do,” brides and grooms have endless options to tailor their special day to fit their wants and needs. Unlike the strict wedding planning rules of the past, the modern wedding can be based on a heart-felt, culturally sensitive ceremony – as was the case with Erica and Rob, an interfaith couple recently profiled by Modern Jewish Wedding.

For the couple’s unique ceremony, the bride’s Jewish heritage and the groom’s Jamaican roots were delightfully blended to create a cultural mix their guests could relate to. Erica and Rob included stomping on a wine glass and jumping the broom, but they also included their son, Jordan, in the ceremony by having him join them under the chuppah during the ceremony.

Interfaith Wedding CeremoniesPlanning a modern, interfaith wedding like the one held by Erica and Rob can be stressful – just like planning any wedding – but when selecting a interfaith rabbi and officiant, Rabbi Lebow is the perfect choice for you. He can help you plan a wedding ceremony that is as stress free and as enjoyable as possible while incorporating your unique desires and religious needs.

Rabbi Lebow is honored to serve as an officiant for your Jewish, interfaith or LGBT wedding ceremony. He believes a wedding day is about two hearts coming together, and will work with you to create a ceremony you feel comfortable with – without a specific set religious agenda. When you meet with Rabbi Lebow, you will discuss your values and needs to create an inclusive, artful ceremony you will both cherish and love as much as you do one another.

Rabbi Lebow feels that it is important to “Always keep the bride smiling,” which is why he is considered one of the top interfaith rabbis in Georgia and surrounding states. Learn more about Rabbi Lebow and schedule an appointment to talk about your wedding ceremony today by calling 404-790-8612.

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