“Life is a flower of which love is the honey” – Victor Hugo
[Sneak peek Part 2, continued from our previous post! We can’t wait to get the film back…this is just our digital preview!]
A Jewish wedding is full of meaningful rituals: from signing the Ketubah (the gorgeous wedding contract pictured above), to the chuppah, which symbolically establishes a house in public to represent that the bride and groom’s lives will be spent together, to the breaking of glass, which reminds us that even in the midst of such a happy occasion we should not forget how fragile life truly is.
Tradition. Foundation. Love and partnership. Families joined together. A new beginning.
A successfully festive day.
Click here to see a slideshow of the wedding
Venue: The Phoenix Art Museum
Coordinator: Amina Michele – Some Like it Classic Wedding & Event Design
Second Photographer: Ray Talamantes