Elegant Jewish wedding
This couple was the best of both worlds – glam & adventure. They had an elegant Jewish wedding with lots of traditions in Megeve and also had a private ski day in the Alps for the two of them just before!
Let’s hear from Haute Wedding for more…This German bride found her perfect match with a handsome Jewish French man that she had met around the office in London. His charm and easy to love personality had her head over heels in no time.The couple spent the weekend skiing the famous mountainside of the Alps, going off-piste for a few photos, of course.
The bride’s wedding gown was elegant, trendy and even a bit sexy
Then this bride transformed the next day into a real-life winter princess. The bride’s wedding gown was elegant, trendy and even a bit sexy. The delicate lace was absolutely stunningly made and complimented her long tulle skirt as she floated down the Alpine wedding aisle. For the ceremony, they made sure to incorporate some Jewish traditions into their destination wedding.
Rabbi wishing good fortune
It’s customary for Jewish weddings for the bride to stand on the left of the rabbi, which is right for the guests, and then walk around him three times in an anti-clockwise direction. So, we had to leave a little extra room under the arch for this tradition. During the ceremony, there are often many blessings from the rabbi wishing good fortune on not only the couple but their families. Then there’s a blessing over the wine, where you pass the wine to the bride’s mother who does not drink from the cup but instead passes it to the groom to drink. Caroline then passes it back to her mother who gives it back to the rabbi.
Symbolize the acceptance of the family and the bond they will share.
They repeat this with every member of the family to symbolize the acceptance of the family and the bond they will share.
Then there was a candle lighting ceremony with three candles in total – one for each of the couple’s parents and one for the couple together!
Before the big kiss, there are blessings in both Hebrew and English.
We love how family oriented the ceremony is! Before the big kiss, there are blessings in both Hebrew and English. Then Melvin breaks the glass to symbolize the joining as one. Mazel Tov! Now the celebration begins! As the bride and groom arrived, everyone waved their napkins and cheers to the newlyweds.
Great music, a live sax player and dancing were to be had
Toasts were made while being served fine French cuisine and the parents shared a surprise, the grandparents wedding date was the same day! What a great story! The dancing kicked off after the hurrah, the tradition of the chair lifting seen at most Jewish weddings. Great music, a live sax player and dancing were to be had, and a few marshmallows too! Congrats you two!
What a great Jewish wedding filled with traditions. We wish many blessings to this dynamic duo.
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