Jewish Customs

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Photo Credit: Gino Greglia Photography

What a gracious and classy bride Ellie was, and such a gentleman in Tom! Their wedding was elegant and “clean-lined,” sophisticated, and rich in Jewish faith. Pre-wedding photos were taken on the roof top gardens of the Sacramento Grand Ballroom (the historic D.O. Mills Bank Building), which was then followed by the private signing of the Ketubah (the Jewish Wedding Contract), witnessed by both sets of parents and their bridal party. Ellie’s wedding colors were navy blue, white and gold which fit wonderfully in the historic Ballroom with its ornate ceiling and beautiful architectural features. For the ceremony, perfectly positioned in front of the vintage revolving door was the flower decked chuppa; I love how the ornate clock above marked the time of their marriage! To separate the elongated ballroom space between wedding ceremony and dinner reception a romantic sheer white fabric curtain was installed as a “room divider.” On the reception side of the curtain we created a long, elegant Great Table (and you know how I love this arrangement) for 26 bridal party members and their guest Positioned next to the towering wedding cake was the groom’s cake – in honor of Tom’s fav baseball team! The event wouldn’t be complete without dancing, and no Jewish wedding can end without the couple being lifted up in their chairs to dance the traditional Hora. Fun Times!