What do you get when you have a Jewish bride, an Indian groom, lots of supportive and happy family, and a beautiful backdrop? Well, you get a wonderful interfaith and intertradition wedding!
Lauren and Pranay fused their Jewish and Indian backgrounds in their wedding ceremony at The Crane Estate in Massachusetts. They stood under a handmade chuppah/mandap that various siblings and family members held. Both sets of parents gave readings which included both Jewish and Indian segments. They signed the ketubah, a Jewish custom, but incorporated an Indian custom of taking seven steps. We love that Lauren and Pranay stayed true to their own heritages, and married them together as they also married their lives into one!
Mazel tov, Lauren and Pranay!