Credit: C Wagner Photography
(Boca Raton, Florida) January 6, 2021
Rabbi Robert Silverman is pleased to announce his site’s recent blog post on tips for hosting a virtual wedding. Unfortunately, due to the global pandemic, many couples have had to postpone their physical weddings. Some of those couple still want to be married to the love of their lives and have opted to a virtual wedding as a stand-in for a physical one.
On this post, couples can learn some key tips to hosting a virtual wedding, such as virtual updates, considering time zones, and ensuring the wedding is legal. Read the post to learn more.
“We can not thank Rabbi Silverman enough for all that he did to help make our day as special and memorable as it was,” one bride says. “We had originally planned a wedding at a Venue but due to the Covid-19 situation we had to cancel…When we decided to cancel our venue, we called Rabbi Silverman to talk through our thoughts of the possibility of doing a virtual wedding. He thought it was a great idea and researched the state laws around it and came up with the perfect solution… we met in person in limited numbers to officially sign out ketubah and marriage license and then perform the ceremony later that day online for our family and friends.”
Those who hire Rabbi Silverman as their wedding officiant know how carefully he works to ensure the happiness of the couple. Whether a traditional Jewish wedding, interfaith, or same-sex marriage, he creates a personal, warm ceremony specifically tailored to the client.
For more information on Rabbi Silverman and his services, call (305) 439-1990 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.