Today we have a beautiful traditional Jewish wedding for you! It’s the wedding of Stacey and Eric, who had such a fun wedding both with personality and details! Stacey and Eric’s families were over the moon excited about this very important day so you know there was a lot of love going on all day long!
Just to set the tone, let’s begin with a little preview of the temple, Temple Beth Am in Randolph, MA… because it has some of the most amazing stained glass windows that created a magical dance of light throughout! OK, ok, let’s get back on track to Stacey and Eric, who didn’t want to see each other before getting ready, so they took a moment to chat between a door and catch up on the last minute details before they were going to be in full wedding regalia. After chatting and catching up it was time to get suited (and gowned) up! Stacey got her wedding dress from David’s Bridal and her shoes from Shoe’s to Dye For. Her flowers were expertly arranged by Elise Cohne to show a pop of purple, as Stacey happens to love that color. Eric got his suit from Men’s Wearhouse. Stacey got him cufflinks to represent his LOVE for chocolate chip cookies, his nickname is even “Cookie Monster” he has such an affinity! The cookie cufflinks seems to fit just right for this groom! Once Stacey and Eric were ready in their wedding day cloths they finally got to see each other for the first time. This was also their moment to snag a few formal couples pictures and take in some time together before the craziness of the day began. After some alone time on the temple grounds it was time to make this official with the signing of the Ketubah, which is a traditional agreement that outlines the rights and responsibilities of the groom, in relation to the bride. It’s more of a tradition than a contract in modern time and also makes for a beautiful item to frame to represent the wedding day. After the Ketubah signing it was time for the ceremony in the temple which was filled with many happy moments between Stacey and Eric as well as their families happy faces! After the ceremony Stacey and Eric stole a moment in the Yichud room to celebrate becoming husband and wife before heading to the reception. Everyone headed to the reception which was also held at Temple Beth Am, where they were greated with some delicious food provided by Catering by Andrew as well as the wonderful orchid cake. Guests walked into a room of glorious purple decor including some awesome uplighting thanks to PBD Events, which in our opinion really MAKES a room pop! Stacey and Eric made their entrance and danced in to arrive for some wonderful toasts followed by a great first dance, including a stunning dramatic dip and some parent dances with some VERY proud parents. Who doesn’t love a little cake eating! Stacey and Eric were very courteous with feeding one another. They also got to enjoy a few more desserts thanks to Catering by Andrew.
After everyone got their sugar rush, it was time to dance, which was made easy thanks to the live wedding band Nightshift. Nightshift always keeps the party going and is seriously an AMAZING live band! We’ve heard their amazing rendition of Hava Nagila a few times and they nail it every time sending shivers up your spine!
The night wouldn’t be complete with chocolate ship cookies either! What better way to enjoy cookies than with both sets of parents! It was only appropriate that Stacey and Eric feed one another cookies too!
The night was coming to an end but not without a final husband and wife kiss.
Thank you Stacey and Eric for letting us be a part of your fantastic day! We hope there are lots of love, laughter and chocolate chip cookies in your future!