The Complete Book of Jewish Weddings By Lea Bayers Rapp (274 Pages)Publisher: Citadel Press, 2002
Stay relaxed in your wedding planning with this indispensable guide to putting together the Jewish wedding of your dreams. From submitting the engagement announcement to the local newspaper to finding the perfect artistic rendering for your ketubah, Lea Bayers Rapp takes you step-by-step through a wealth of information that covers every aspect of all Jewish weddings including the traditional, the high-tech, the Old World with a new twist, egalitarian...
You'll find insider interviews with wedding professionals jewelers, bridal gown executives, kosher caterer, and more. Fun-filled pop quizzes that test your know-how on everything from Club Med to Klezmer.
Whether you're planning a traditional wedding in Israel or an interfaith celebration at home, this hip, fabulously comprehensive book is the only resource you need to create the kind of wonderful, life -affirming wedding that makes everyone want to raise a glass and say, "Mazel Tov!"