Jewish wedding in Marbella
Fiancés: Corina & Matthew
Venue: Kempinski Hotel Bahía
Wedding Planner: Marbella Wedding – www.marbella-wedding.com
Photography: Amanda Watt – www.amandawattphotography.com
This Jewish wedding in Marbella followed a traditional format that has been passed down through generations in Jewish families.
The ceremony was a joyous celebration that brought together family, friends, to witness the union of the bride and groom..
All the details were prepared and organized with great care and professionalism by Ilinca and its team of wedding planners.
Congratulations on a job well done! Your skills as a wedding planner have truly shined and the result was a beautiful and memorable wedding.
Her attention to detail, organization and creativity were evident throughout the planning process and the execution of the wedding day itself.
Ilinca’s personal touch made the bride and groom feel special and cared for
The ceremony took place under a chuppah, which is a canopy held up by four poles.
The chuppah symbolizes the couple’s new home and their shared commitment to building a life together.
Under the chuppah, the couple exchanged vows of love and rings, which symbolize their commitment to each other.
After the exchange of rings, the rabbi chanted the Sheva Brachot, or Seven Blessings.
These blessings celebrate the union of the couple and the joy that a Jewish wedding represents.
The ceremony concluded with the breaking of the glass.
As the glass broke, the guests shouted “Mazal Tov!”, which means “Good luck!”.
The couple then gave each other a passionate kiss of love and exited the chuppah walking down the aisle, ready to begin their new life together as husband and wife.
After the ceremony, the bride and groom took photos to remember.
Later, they headed to the reception, where they enjoyed a festive meal, music and dancing.
The celebration went late into the night, with the couple’s family and friends gathering to toast and celebrate the newlyweds.
Everything has been captured in images in a wonderful way by the photographer Amanda Watt
Amanda managed to capture the essence of happiness reflected in the faces of the bride and groom and their families; and the deep love that emanated from the looks of the bride and groom.
Marbella is one of the most popular destinations for a wedding in Spain.
It’s a beautiful coastal city that offers stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.
The city is also known for its vibrant nightlife, luxurious resorts, and top-notch restaurants.
Here are some reasons why you should consider Marbella for your destination wedding.
Firstly, Marbella has a Mediterranean climate that is perfect for a wedding.
The city enjoys over 320 days of sunshine per year, and the temperatures are mild even in the winter months.
This means that you can plan your wedding any time of the year and be guaranteed great weather.
In addition, Marbella is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Spain.
The city has over 23 kilometers of coastline, and you can choose from a variety of beaches to host your wedding ceremony.
Imagine exchanging your vows with the sound of waves crashing in the background.
Rich history and culture.
Moreover, Marbella has a rich history and culture that adds to the charm of the city.
The old town, also known as Casco Antiguo, is a maze of narrow streets lined with white-washed houses and blooming flowers.
The town also features historic landmarks such as the Castle Walls, the Orange Square, and the Roman Bridge.
Furthermore, Marbella is easily accessible from anywhere in Europe.
The city has its own airport, Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport, which is located just 40 minutes away.
Alternatively, you can also fly into Gibraltar International Airport or Jerez Airport, both of which are less than two hours away by car.
Additionally, Marbella offers a wide range of wedding venues that cater to different budgets and preferences.
You can choose from luxurious beachfront resorts, private villas, rustic haciendas, and elegant hotels.
Whatever your vision for your wedding, you can find the perfect venue in Marbella.
Lastly, Marbella has a lively and exciting nightlife scene.
The city is home to numerous bars, clubs, and restaurants that cater to all tastes and styles.
You and your guests can dance the night away at one of the trendy nightclubs or enjoy a romantic dinner at a Michelin-starred restaurant.
In conclusion, Marbella is an ideal destination for a wedding.
The city offers great weather, beautiful beaches, rich history and culture, easy accessibility, a range of wedding venues, and an exciting nightlife scene.
Plan your dream wedding in Marbella and create memories that will last a lifetime.
The Jewish Wedding.
If you want to go deeper into the rituals and meanings of the Jewish wedding, contact me. I will be happy to talk with you.
Also, if you need a professional, with 35 years of experience and with an open mind to officiate Jewish weddings, interfaith weddings under the Jewish rite, ecumenical weddings accompanied by a Catholic or Evangelical priest, and egalitarian weddings with same-sex couples; contact me.
I love to help brides and grooms in the realization of their dreams and illusions.