Weddings that are culturally significant can have special meaning to family, friends, and invited guests. One such type of religious and cultural celebration is a Jewish wedding. Depending on the level of observance, there are many parts to the Jewish wedding festivities. Examples of customs that may be incorporated include the tish (breaking of a dish by the mothers-in-law), reading of the ketubah (marriage contract), and the shattering of a glass at the end of the ceremony.
We have photographed weddings for Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform Judaism, and are very comfortable and familiar with the rituals that may be observed at each level. Since we are prepared for all of the practices, and know the ins and outs of the ceremony, we can spend our time focusing on creative wedding photography. We also love to get right in the mix for some amazing action shots :) If you need any help in planning for a Jewish wedding with specific photography needs, please feel free to contact our studio.
Here are some of our top picks from recent Jewish wedding celebrations.
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