(Cancun, Mexico) April 16, 2020
Rabbi Stephen Spiegel is pleased to announce his page on frequently asked questions about weddings and wedding officiants. This page is a great resource for couples hoping to book Rabbi Steve, as it contains the questions couples and families frequently ask. Here, couples can learn if their ceremony is a legal union, if Rabbi Steve will add New Testament or non religious passages to the ceremony, if they have to abide by a certain ceremony structure, what the difference between Jewish, interfaith, and non-denominational weddings is, and how to make sure that both faiths are honored during the ceremony.
It is Rabbi Steve’s mission to make each couple’s wedding ceremony warm, and uniquely their’s. While destination weddings are an exciting experience, he understands how stressful it can be to book a wedding officiant without meeting them, and he strives to take that stress off the couple’s shoulders. Via email, phone calls, or Skype (whichever the couple prefers), Rabbi Steve truly takes the time to get to know the couple and make a special ceremony.
“Rabbi Spiegel was wonderful to work with and truly made our wedding ceremony extra special,” one happy bride says. “He worked with a local minister to help us create a unique interfaith wedding and everything went off without a hitch. All of our guests were touched with his anecdotes and interpretations of each tradition. We were especially touched by how Rabbi Spiegel got to know us before the wedding. Planning a destination wedding can be difficult and it meant a lot to us that he wanted to get to know us before our wedding day. It also really helped make the ceremony feel personal. I would highly recommend working with Rabbi Spiegel for any wedding!”
Rabbi Steve gladly performs Jewish and interfaith weddings alike for couples looking for a destination wedding in Cancun. He proudly honors both faiths in order to make everyone feel happy and comfortable during the ceremony. He makes every couple’s wedding a dream.
For more information on Rabbi Stephen Spiegel’s services, call (954) 532-3205 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.