Wedding traditions in your ceremony add richness and meaning! My harp music for this end of March wedding was a mix of classical and Hebrew folk songs. Erev Shel Shoshaneem (Evening of Roses) is an Israeli love song describing two lovers walking in an orchard immersed in the sent of roses, myrrh, and frankincense. It creates a beautiful ambience when played on the harp. Sharon and Tyler were married at Tifereth Israel under the chuppah or wedding canopy. The Jewish ceremony is rich with tradition such as the bride circling the groom 7 times, after the vows a prayer shawl is placed around the couple, and at the end, a glass is broken, and all the guests say the congratulatory wish of “Mazel Tov”!
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