Beth Israel Synagogue Wedding in Ann Arbor

Congratulations to Rivka and David on their wedding at Beth Israel Synagogue in Ann Arbor. Despite thunderstorms and the threat of tornados, the wedding went off with great fanfare. We played well known classics such as Vivaldi’s Spring and Brandenburg Concertos during the Prelude while guests were seated. We were delighted to provide traditional Jewish wedding music during the ceremony including Erev Shel Shoshanim for Rivka’s bridal processional and Siman Tov for the newly wedded couple’s recessional.
Rivka and David’s ceremony was full of meaningful Jewish rituals symbolizing the beauty of the relationship of husband and wife, as well as their obligations to each other and to the Jewish people. With their parents by their side, the exchange of vows took place under the beautiful chuppah (canopy), a symbol of the home that the new couple will build together. Rabbi Dobrusin recited the Seven Blessings followed by the breaking of the glass and cheers of Mazel Tov by the guests. The guests were a delight to us. Their celebratory mood was evidence to the great joy they had over this union between Rivka and David. We wish them both the very best as they begin married life together.

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