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Jewish Wedding Traditions ~ Avi & Eleana From Twin Lens Images, II

Kitty and Craig Fritz from Twin Lens photography sent us some of the most elegantly captured images from Eleana and Avi's wedding day. They also included the significance behind a few of the traditions in the Jewish faith. We have a great interest in all customs and traditions of ceremonial marriages and so we are sharing a bit of what they told us and a little more from what...

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Jewish Wedding Traditions ~ A Brief Introduction From Twin Lens Images

We have a slightly different twist to today's post. Kitty and Craig Fritz, two of our very favorite Little Black Book photographers sent us another fantastic wedding ... and instead of going into the details documented in the photos, they've shared a little bit of what they've learned about the significance and meaning behind some of the Jewish traditions captured  in...

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Emmy & Aron Give Back To New Orleans!

Sometimes ... (well, maybe most of the time) ... I struggle for the right words to start a feature. But today, the word that immediately popped into my mind was "ethereal". The play of the light streaming throughout these images can only be described as ethereal ...

Aron is soooo handsome and Emmy is just about the most radiant bride I've ever seen! The sunshine striking her parasol and saturating her skin gives her that glow that we all long for  ...

After all the...

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Retro Hollywood Glam At The Phoenix ~ From Viva Bella Events

Dora Manuel at Viva Bella Events in Cincinnati thought you would enjoy Lauren & Jordan's wedding and we're positive that you will! She did such a great job telling their story, we're just going to let her take over.

Lauren and Jordan joke about how different they each are. She’s an artist. He’s a dentist. She’s Catholic. He’s Jewish. She’s a smalltown girl. He’s from the city. To meet...

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Real Wedding: Carmelita and Dan, II

When I first saw this wedding, it was the ceremony that honestly took my breath away. Something about the simplicity of the style, the perfect silhouette of the bride's gown, the joy that is radiating from everyone. It's just pure beauty.

From Carmelita...

It was important to us to represent our cultures (Jewish and Filipino/Irish) in a non-denominational ceremony.  Daniel’s father created our chuppah from green bamboo and my mother sewed the fabric for the canopy.

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Easy Elegance

Today's inspiration board is for my best friend, Katie. This could be the most difficult board that I have done thus far...and I say that not because we are so different (which we are), but simply because I know her so well. Katie and I met when we were 11 years old and cheerleaders in the seventh grade. I couldn't stand her. She was loud, and goofy and a bit odd. Now, 15 years later, she is the only girl that can make me spit coke out of my nose because I am laughing so hard. She is the only...

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