When deciding the locations for the ceremony and reception, many Jewish couples decide to have both at the synagogue.  Some couples like to have their ceremonies at their synagogue because of the atmosphere it has as a place of worship, especially for the meaningful occasion of a marriage.  For some brides or grooms, the synagogue is also the place where they had their Bar or Bat Mitzvah when they were young.  Now the same Rabbi who taught them as young adults marries them.

I have only my clients in mind when I plan a wedding.  I can transform any office looking venue, such as a synagogue hall into a beautiful ballroom by using up-lights around the room and covering walls and the ceiling with beautiful draping.  Crystal candelabras and floral chandeliers also make a room look completely different and create an elegant ambiance.  I really like to bring the couple’s ideas to life.  It is truly rewarding to see the happy brides and grooms walk into the transformed space on their wedding day and see their dream come true.