Local couple, Shervonne and Elliot, wanted to incorporate their two cultures in their ceremony and reception. Read “Tying A Multicultural Knot” from Wedding411 The Magazine to learn what traditions were included and how their cultures were blended throughout their special day. —Read more… Read More
Archive for the ‘Traditions’ Category
While it’s easy to plan your reception exactly how you want, a wedding ceremony has so much tradition that it can be hard to add any unique ideas. While wedding traditions are often very meaningful and important to the ceremony,… Read More
Like many different groups of people around the world, the Celtic people had their own wedding traditions, some of which still survive to this day and are carried on in modern day wedding ceremonies.
Weddings are a big celebration of love and what better way to celebrate than with food. Like the wedding location, the couple’s vows and invitations, you can add the duo’s unique personalities to the menu. The dishes and drinks on offer can reflect the lovely newlywed couple and add some distinctive touches to the average food that’s usually offered at weddings.
Spending this Thanksgiving with your new or soon-to-be in laws? This Pumpkin Silk Pie recipe is easy to make and is sure to impress. Follow these simple instructions to make a dessert that not only looks good, but tastes good too!
It’s Throwback Thursday! Check out this article from the Summer 2012 edition of Wedding411 Magazine!
The Ketuba? The Huppa? 7 Wedding Blessings? Find out what these traditions really mean from Rabbi David Greenspoon.
It’s Throwback Thursday…enjoy this article published in a prior issue of Wedding411 Magazine!
Intrigue Design & Décor creates fabulous weddings all over Maryland. Their studio is located in Annapolis with close proximity to the Naval Academy. The Intrigue design team chose to produce their vision of a Military Wedding with some fun, updated elements for this photo shoot.
It’s Throwback Thursday! Check out this article that was published in the Summer 2012 issue of Wedding411 Magazine.
Mazal Tov! So you are looking for a rabbi for your wedding. Planning a Jewish wedding can be confusing if you are unfamiliar with the wide variety of rabbis you could encounter in your search.