Jewish wedding in Barcelona
Two people with brilliant minds, winners of several international award of architecture celebrated their Jewish wedding in a very significant place, in Barcelona.
To highlight the special way of preparing the place and the chuppah.
Everything was mirrored. The atmosphere shone and the love shone.
The venue place
This place, in Barcelona is an iconic building of modern architecture.
It is considered a masterpiece of modern architecture for its innovative use of materials, minimalist design and ability to create fluid, open spaces.
The architect who designed it is known for his famous phrases “less is more” and “God is in the details,” which have become fundamental principles of modern architecture.
In Addition, the design of this Pavilion is an example of the architect’s quest for perfection and beauty through simplicity and functionality.
The building consists of a single-story main pavilion, surrounded by a water pond and a stone garden. The construction was made with modern materials for the time, such as steel, glass and marble, and its design highlights the purity of these forms and materials.
In short, this Pavilion in Barcelona, is an outstanding example of modern architecture and represents the search for beauty and perfection through simplicity and function.
A pavilion that was built for the reception of kings, received this couple of passionate bride and groom.
For the first time in its history, a Jewish wedding was celebrated.
The wedding ceremony
The Jewish wedding was a traditional and very emotional ceremony.
All the elements of the Jewish wedding were present.
The chazan sang the blessings of Nisuin and Erusin.
Also, part of the ceremony were the blessings over the two wine glasses, the last one as singles and the first one as married; the consent, the reading and signing of the ketubah, the exchange of the rings and the blessing to the bride and groom.
As it could not be otherwise, the ceremony ended with the passionate kiss and the breaking of the glass.
The guests exclaimed Mazal Tov and the party began.
The Jewish Wedding.
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