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(Boca Raton, Florida) October 6, 2020
Rabbi Robert Silverman is pleased to announce his tips on planning a wedding during a pandemic. Though the world is full of uncertainties right now, one thing remains: people are still getting engaged and married. To keep everyone as safe as possible unfortunately means postponing weddings and/or drastically changing the wedding is executed, but it doesn’t have to mean halting wedding planning completely.
On this new page, Rabbi Silverman offers some of the best ways to continue planning for one’s wedding while in the midst of stay-at-home orders and social distancing. This can be anything from the beginning stages of planning with finding inspiration, the middle stages of shopping, or the later stages of having virtual guests. To learn more about planning for a wedding during these uncertain times, visit the page.
In South Florida, Rabbi Silverman is one of the most sought after wedding officiants in the area. He works diligently with each couple to create warm, personal ceremonies that accurately reflect their relationship.
“From our first meeting, my husband and I knew that Rabbi Silverman was perfect for our officiant for our interfaith wedding in Boca Raton,” one bride says. “…The highlight of his officiating was that he always kept the focus on what the bride and groom want. The ceremony was so beautiful and we received more compliments on Rabbi Silverman than almost any other part of the wedding. My husband’s Jewish family members loved him very much, my Catholic family members loved him, but most importantly, my husband and I felt 120% comfortable with him.”
Whether having an traditional Jewish wedding, an interfaith wedding, a same-sex wedding, or any combination, Rabbi Silverman treats each couple with the same level of respect. His desire is to create a memorable ceremony that couples will cherish for years to come.