The Creative Jewish Wedding Book 2/E: A Hands-On Guide to New & Old Traditions, Ceremonies & Celebrations
Publication date: 2009-02-01
Number of pages: 288
Enrich your wedding with your own creative use of Jewish ritual and tradition.
Wedding planning can be a stressful experience. Keeping track of all the details―deciding who to invite, choosing a caterer, arranging the reception―can sometimes lead to a couple forgetting about the bigger picture and the significance of this day in their lives: a joyous occasion that should reflect not only your personality, but your values, as well.
Updated and expanded, The Creative Jewish Wedding Book, 2nd Edition, brings your complete wedding planning into focus. Gabrielle Kaplan-Mayer helps you express your individuality and spirituality on your wedding day. Whether your plans are traditional or alternative, whether you are planning your first or second marriage, she provides the tools you need to look at and think about ritual and tradition in new and innovative ways including:
- Insights and reflections from a broad range of couples who have created their own distinctive weddings
- Practical hands-on techniques and ideas for creating many of the ritual objects connected to a Jewish wedding―from designing your own ketubah, to making paper for invitations, to fashioning the chuppah
- How to express your spiritual life and values through your ceremony―now updated with more eco-friendly tips and suggestions
- An up-to-date guide to wedding resources in the Jewish world