About Rabbi Andrea Frank - The Jewish Wedding Traveling Rabbi
Rabbi Andrea Frank, the Jewish Wedding Rabbi will provide a customized wedding ceremony.
Authorized to Sign ALL Marriage License
Booking 2019 Wedding Ceremonies Now! Looking forward to hearing from you!
2019 Wedding Inquiries have begun!!!
The Wedding Ceremonies for ALL Couples:
- Jewish or Jew-ish Couples
- Non-Denominational - need not be of the Jewish faith.
- Elopement Wedding Vegas Style! in New York! - (NY/NYC Requires 2 Witnesses)
- Renewal of Vows
- Destination Weddings can be arranged in time to plan properly.
- Bermuda is the closest Caribbean Island for your beach wedding. See Hamilton Princess Hotel.
Sorry, no Co-Officiation
What do you receive when The Jewish Wedding Rabbi, Rabbi Andrea Frank is your Wedding Rabbi? Experience, knowledge, guidance, resources for ease of planning. The wedding ceremony, Jewish and non-denominational, is my expertise! No doubt. All the elements that are needed, and there can be many details, that is where I fill in the gaps. On your wedding day, that is when you see the results! During the planning stage, that is where you know Rabbi Andrea is taking good care of you.
One bride expressed to Rabbi Andrea, "you have more knowledge than the wedding coordinator we had hired!" Each wedding coordinator / wedding planner have various levels of experience and knowledge. They will take care of the details so you can enjoy your wedding day as you should.
Here are the Jewish Wedding Customs that have been requested by the couples over the years.
All are always discussed with the couple beforehand. Note: All wedding ceremonies are customized for each bridal couple.
- Wedding Ceremony beautiful customs and traditions - Jewish, Jew-ish Ceremonies
To name a few: Seven Circles, the Chuppah Wedding Canopy, Breaking the Glass
- A Groom's Tisch
- A Badeken with the Veiling of the Bride following a Groom's Tisch
- A Ketubah Signing
Jewish customs do spill over into the celebration wedding reception and often I am asked for guidance as well.
- Jewish Wedding Day Reception Customs:
The Hora Circle Dance
Challah Bread Blessing
Mezinka (honors the parents marrying off their last child)
Non-Denominational Wedding Ceremonies
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A Rabbi Wedding Officiant embraces and welcomes your choices. That is where Rabbi Andrea offers a customized wedding ceremony. Within a proper time frame as well.
When seeking a Rabbi, the custom is to contact and speak with before you secure your wedding date.
The majority today are securing their wedding date and then contacting the Rabbi. If you decide to secure your wedding date with the venue of your choosing, contact the Rabbi soon after. Waiting can make this process difficult.
Wedding Season is the busiest around Spring - July, and August - November
Ceremonies are always underway! Most couples found Rabbi Andrea Frank right here on Wedding Wire.
She is delighted to preside over all wedding ceremonies.
Reminder for all your inquiries: Always include the details of your wedding day, date, venue, location. Wedding Wire is Nationwide. Rabbi Andrea Frank receives requests locally and for destination ceremonies. Knowing the location, Rabbi Andrea can communicate her availability with good timing. Thank you
ABOUT RABBI ANDREA FRANK
Rabbi Andrea Frank is an Ordained Reform Rabbi. She is approachable and reachable. It will be her honor to officiate your joyous Simcha, your wedding ceremony. Rabbi Andrea Frank is registered with the New York City County Clerk’s office and given the authority to sign your New York State Marriage License. NEW! Now Registered in Washington D.C. & New Orleans, Louisiana to Officiate Wedding Ceremonies. Does require additional Travel expenses from the NY Area.
Rabbi Andrea presides over wedding ceremonies in Washington D.C. and New Orleans. Required to be registered in the system to officiate. Some States have policies place for Clergy Officiants.
All the couples found her right here on Wedding Wire.
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The Jewish wedding ceremony is beautiful with its customs. Your wedding ceremony is a memorable moment for when you both sign the Ketubah and recite your Hebrew wedding vows with the Rabbi's assistance, to each other under the Chuppah wedding canopy. It is that moment you stand under the Chuppah receiving G-d’s blessings and drinking from the Kiddush cup as one. Both of you will feel the connection of the Jewish wedding traditions that go back to Ancient Times
A Message from Rabbi Andrea Frank, the Jewish Wedding Rabbi
For Jewish couples, interfaith couples, marriage equality - ALL couples - if one or both of you are Jewish, then I will be happy to officiate your wedding. Respecting a couple's commitment to Judaism, no matter how little or how much. With one faith in one household and planning to raise your children in a Jewish culturally connected home with warmth and love. Rabbi is more than happy to officiate a couple's Jewish Wedding Ceremony. Sorry, I do not co-officiate.
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If neither of you are Jewish and are seeking a non-religious, non-denominational, civil ceremony, this Rabbi can assist. Non-religious is simple - NOT acknowledging either faith. No religious customs will be acknowledged in the ceremony. Remember, with the Authority to sign your Marriage License makes you Legally Married based on our countries Marriage Laws. Why would you ask a clergy person to be your officiant for a Civil Wedding? Simple, because you want the care and thoughtfulness to a moment that unites the two of you in marriage.
Available to officiate your wedding ceremony in all locations i.e. reception halls, indoors or outdoors, restaurants, private homes, parks, beaches, museums, and destinations. Serving the tri-state area; New York, New York City, Manhattan, Westchester County, Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn (Williamsburg, DUMBO, Greenpoint, Red Hook), Staten Island, New Jersey, Connecticut. Destination weddings can be arranged as well.
Rabbi Andrea Frank creates personalized, customized, ceremonies that reflect the beliefs, traditions, and wishes of each bride and groom.
Please contact Rabbi Andrea Frank via website www.jewish-wedding-rabbi.com. Use the Contact Rabbi Andrea Form to assist you in reaching The Jewish Wedding Rabbi.
Remember, you can call 1-888-214-3821 if you prefer over a contact form and email.
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