This is long – but so beautiful. One hour or so of video – don’t feel that you have to watch all of it. The Streaming was done by an amazing website called

You’ll see our family – you’ll see the sons we have adopted. It’s been a big secret we succeeded in keeping from Elie – Yaakov flew in for the wedding. Chaim was the emcee. It’s just wonderful. I have so many pictures to share, so many thoughts – and still no time.

So for now, if you have never seen a Jewish wedding – I hope you’ll enjoy.

If you have never seen two people who love each other, joining together in marriage – well, I hope that is not the case, but in any event – a thought that went through my mind is that every parent prays for the moment I was so blessed and honored to see – the moment when your son looks at his bride with such love, such devotion. I invite you to join in our happiness.

13 Comments on Wedding…Wedding…Wedding…

  1. I’ve been out of the blogging chapter for so long because of…life! and this is the first thing I hit on when I signed in. Beautiful! Brought tears to my eyes. An amazing simcha. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. MAZEL TOV to the entire family… wishing the precious couple a lifetime of joy and good health. The video was indeed beautiful, thank you for sharing! Jan

  3. Mazel tov! Thank you so much for sharing.

  4. Mazel Tov! I’m at work, so the video will have to wait, but I’m looking forward to it!

  5. a wedding in the jerusalem foothills, in the judean desert. always special.
    thanks for sharing.

  6. Mazel Tov ! Such a happy video , thank you for sharing.

  7. Thank you for sharing! Can you help me with the meaning behind the bride circling her groom? and what all was said at the blessings? One ring onto her index finger? Two of our sons are married now, and each wore their “blues” fancy ceremonial uniforms. Do your soldiers ever wear their uniforms to get married?

  8. You have fans here in Boston wishing them both peace and every joy.
    And thank you for sharing the day with us.

  9. mazaltov
    chag kasher v’sameach

  10. Mazel Tov! May great joy follow them all the days a head.

  11. mazel tov to you all, may their lives be filled with blessings.

  12. Eli and Lauren // April 1, 2012 at 12:58 pm // Reply

    Wedding was beautiful, we had a great time! Glad we could be there to share in the simcha.

  13. Thank you so much, sister-friend, for sharing this wonderful ceremony. I loved how nervous your son was and how collected his bride was. I, too, and wondering at the significance at the bride circling her groom. Again, thank you and congratulations.

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