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Joyful and Inclusive Ceremonies
Congratulations and mazal tov on your upcoming wedding! Do you envision a wedding ceremony that celebrates your love and commitment, and radiates with sacredness, authenticity and joy? Not a one-size-fits-all ceremony, but a ceremony that truly reflects the spirituality of your relationship and inspires your loved ones?
Rabbi Miller brings a warm, open, and down-to-earth approach to create a ceremony that is accessible to both Jews and non-Jews alike and reflects who you are by customizing elements like faith language, ceremony length, and participants. Find out what people are saying about Rabbi Miller below and learn more about her here.
A note from Rabbi Miller:
Weddings that reflect and Celebrate Who You Are
No two couples are alike. When I work with couples to create their perfect wedding ceremony, my greatest joy is for you to feel empowered and happy knowing that everything that happens at the ceremony was thought out with love and authentically reflects the two of you (whether formal or informal, religious language or not). At the heart of the ceremony, I incorporate elements that are meaningful to both of you and elevate your relationship to a new level of sacred. I joyfully officiate at gay, straight, dual-Jewish and interfaith marriages, as well as vow renewal ceremonies.
Preparing for Marriage Beyond the Ceremony
We plan the ceremony together, but I also help you prepare for your new life together that is to follow. I offer you my experience coaching many couples -- plus humor, honesty, and respect for you no matter what your story is. I listen deeply as we discuss many important topics like faith, family, finances, fighting fairly, guarding your relationship from outside experiences, and nurturing your relationship from within. All of this takes place within five sessions over zoom.
Many couples are searching for ways to safely sanctify their relationships in the time of COVID. Your safety is my top priority. Call me to discuss how we can adapt your wedding to work within safety guidelines and still maximize the joy. Let’s set up a call where I can share how I’ve been helping couples navigate this unprecedented time. I would love to guide you!