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Traditional Jewish Weddings

Each religion has different variations on their wedding ceremonies. With that in mind, here is information about a traditional Messianic Jewish Wedding…. Ketubah Signing The Ketubah is signed in a private ceremony with the Bride, Groom, family and the wedding party. This can actually happen at the rehearsal the evening before. As long as the bride (Kallah) and groom (Chatan) are standing under the Chuppah (canopy), the marriage ceremony can take place almost anywhere — in a synagogue, the bride or groom’s home, in a public venue such as a hotel ...  

Catholic Wedding Music

While our bands play at many diverse styles of weddings — from the traditional to the eclectic — we have decided to place the spotlight on some specific styles of weddings in our blog. In this post, we will share with you the traditional music featured in a Catholic wedding ceremony. Modern Catholic weddings, which are often held in churches, begin with 20 to 30 minutes of prelude music. Traditionally, this music was played by an organist or a pianist. However, modern brides often choose a string quartet, a harpist, a classical guitarist or even a ...  
“Thank you so much for everything, especially your professionalism and all of your hard work to make the day flow smoothly. The musicians were perfect, absolutely terrific, and really made my dream come true of having our ceremony be unique and memorable! They were very talented, prompt, and extremely courteous. All in all, the wedding is a blur, but the one detail I can remember is walking into the church and having beautiful music playing while I was about to give up my freedom forever!”

—Annette & Ian, married May 20, 2005, St. Gregory’s Armenian, Glendale, CA

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