Jennifer and Daniel are two peas in a pod… their love of the arts, music and each other is very evident. Their Jewish wedding was filled with ancient tradition and loving family. Bride and groom were married under the Chuppah. the quilted covering was handmade by the bride’s mom in the double wedding ring pattern. The Ketubah ceremony prior the public ceremony was breathtakingly beautiful with only the wedding party in attendance. After breaking the glass, with all guests shouting Mazel Tov, everyone made their way to Old Car Heaven for the reception.
Bride and Groom made their big entrance onto the dance floor in a restored antique car, and then went straight into their first dance. The rest of the evening was just pure fun, as guests enjoyed delicious Mediterranean food from Yellow Bicycle and the fabulous cakes by Diane Olexa. One guest was even caught picking Reese’s cups off the cake before it was cut! The evening was a total success with II DA Maxx keeping everyone on the dance floor! Jon at Bloom did an awesome job with decor to bring Jennifer and Alene’s design plan to life: romantic, contemporary and colorful!