Rabbi Ellie Miller is a wedding officiant based in Morristown, New Jersey, that specializes in Jewish ceremonies. Rabbi Miller enjoys working with all newly engaged couples to create a meaningful and memorable wedding experience. She is warm, personable, and highly passionate about her work, making her incredibly enjoyable to collaborate with.
With over 20 years of experience officiating weddings, Rabbi Ellie Miller enjoys curating ceremonies that are vibrant and filled with love, bringing families together through Jewish traditions. Rabbi Miller can perform various rituals, including interfaith ceremonies, vow renewals, and single religions. She can also provide officiant services to couples, including pre-marital counseling, customized vows, and licensed services. The average length of the ceremonies lasts less than 30 minutes, ideal for couples seeking a shorter ritual. Rabbi Miller is flexible and available to perform at weddings in both New Jersey and New York.
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Rabbi Miller is here to make planning your wedding ceremony enjoyable and stress free. Her fee includes: the ceremony, 3 premarital “counseling” sessions in person or via skype, easy access to ask questions throughout the planning process, a description of a Jewish wedding ceremony, a list of options to be included or excluded from the ceremony, the ability to customize parts of the ceremony, a check list of items needed for the ceremony, sample wording for a program, and the ability to make modifications to the ceremony for interfaith and LGBTQ weddings.