Credit: The Knot
(Boca Raton, Florida) June 30, 2021
Rabbi Robert Silverman is pleased to announce his latest post on hosting a wedding in a post-pandemic world. As the world gets a handle on how to navigate the coronavirus, wedding season is back in swing. The post serves as an excellent resource for couples who are getting married in the latter half of this year. For those who want to have an in-person ceremony, they can learn about certain considerations to make, such as about the guest list, seating, having an outdoor wedding, mask mandates, and vaccinations.
Getting married in these uncertain times makes for considerations that most couples wouldn’t have thought to make before. Couples who work with Rabbi Robert Silverman, however, find great comfort in the beautiful, personal ceremonies he crafts. The South Florida wedding officiant works with each couple to create a ceremony that won’t soon be forgotten by guests.
“Rabbi Silverman was called upon last minute as our plans changed due to COVID,” one bride says. “He was warm, welcoming, and all around wonderful. He made us feel like he had known us for years, and conducted a beautiful and incredibly special ceremony. Thank you, Rabbi Silverman!”
No matter one’s religious beliefs or sexuality, Rabbi Silverman believes love is love. He happily provides his services to interfaith and same-sex couples alike. Each couple deserves the wedding of their dreams, and Rabbi Silverman does what he can to provide it.
For more information on Rabbi Silverman and his work, call (305) 439-1990 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.