Noah and Ether's Jewish Wedding was a fun filled event
at the Historic Orcutt Ranch Horticultural Center just outside of Los Angeles, CA.
Esther's beatiful bouquet was a gorgeous backdrop for their wedding bands.
The festivities started with the traditional Tish,
where the men drink toasts to the groom and dance while heckling him,
After the Rabbi read aloud details of the Marriage Ketubah to Noah,
the mothers of both the bride and groom broke a china plate against the floor to symbolized that the marriage would be irreversible, just as it was not possible to put that plate together again.
The wedding party then made their way to the lawn for the Chuppah ceremony.
The grounds were decorated with beautiful flower arrangements
that matched the bouquets and boutonnieres.
All designed by Doreen of Flower Gypsy.
To begin the ceremony, Noah's father walked down the aisle with his son and blessed him.
Esther was escorted to her waiting groom by both her mother and mother in law.
And the ceremony concluded with Noah stomping the wine cup.
The bridal party portraits after the ceremony provided tons of laughs.
Which was followed by food, cake, dancing and celebrating the rest of the evening.