Ketubah with Hebrew text in the center, along with two rings: a larger and a smaller one, both in silver. Text surrounding ketubah reads I have found the one in whom my soul delights.

There's what appears to be the neck of a violin behind the top of the ketubah.

Weddings are joyous and memorable occasions, surely counting as one of the most important days in a person’s life. It is said that getting married is not the same as being married. Getting married lasts a single day—a glorious day, to be sure, but immediately after the glass is smashed comes being married, which, we all hope, lasts a lifetime. A wedding should embody the marriage they hope to have and so that every single guest present becomes a part of that couple’s community of love and blessing as they begin their married life together.

If you are interested in having our rabbi officiate at your wedding, please email or call (360) 627-8474.