Cantor Jessica Turnoff Ferrari
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Congratulations and Mazal Tov!  You have found the one.  There may be many decisions about the details of your wedding and your life together, but rest assured all these decisions are minor details compared to the one you have already made.

Now that you have found your beshert, your meant-to-be, you can discuss colors, flowers, table seating, whether to have a ketubah, and where to honeymoon, among other things. I will ask you questions like these:

What would you like to promise when you make your vows?  Would you like a very general, traditional statement of your commitment, followed by "I do!"  or would you prefer to write and speak your own vows?  Perhaps you would like something in between. If so, I can help you with that.

Why do you want to marry this person? How do you feel when you are with him/ her?  Wedding guests often know the bride or groom, but might not know them as a couple. Sharing a few words about what brings you together and holds you together can help your friends and family to know you as the family unit you are becoming.

Do you want me to mention loved ones who have passed, use ritual objects that have been in your family and explain their significance? Perhaps you want to do something different than anyone else in your family has ever done, and would like to be met with their love and acceptance. Most of the time, I can help foster this.

You may also be done with all the wedding related decisions. No problem. I have been there. With just a few details about you and your spouse-to-be, I can craft a ceremony that reflects your love and commitment to each other, and that makes your grandmother happy. 
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