For Amy and Aaron, their Jewish wedding was all about sharing a special time with the people closest to them. The family was there to help them celebrate and there were personal touches throughout the event. Everyone had a chance to get away for a while on the Isle of Palms in South Carolina for this intimate Jewish wedding. Photography by Richard Bell Photography.The couple met on a blind date and got engaged while canoeing on a lake in Maine. They decided that simple and elegant was the way to go, and they planned a weekend at the beach where their closest family and friends could relax and spend some time together.
Amy and Aaron incorporated many beautiful and meaningful Jewish Wedding Traditions in their day and ceremony. Just prior to the ceremony with family present Amy and Aaron signed the Ketubah. The ceremony took place overlooking the beautiful beach under the Chuppah. Aaron broke a glass at the conclusion of the ceremony. At the beginning of the reception, everyone danced the hora. Both grandmothers prayed over and cut the Challah bread. It was a wonderful celebration!
Photographer: Richard Bell Photography
Event Planner: Jubilation
Reception Venue: Wild Dunes Resort
Florist: Flowers by Frankie
Editorial Partner: Two Bright Lights