We’re happy to present a fresh, Labor Day Weekend wedding! It was a gorgeous day with so many stylized touches. This wedding is definitely for the books.
Heather and Jordan met in college and their love affair is a real page turner. They are both librarians! They infused the book nerd details into their modernized Jewish wedding. For example, their guest book was an old typewriter with blank sheets of paper on which guests could leave typed message. We love this vintage and creative idea that’s not only a great memento for the newlyweds, but a fun and interactive way to incorporate the theme with the guests’ experiences. Heather and Jordan created escort cards in an old card catalog! This display totally infuses the library details, and is so unique! And what a great lesson to those who’ve never had the experience of using a card catalog drawer since the couple maintained the proper format and language on the card to tie in with the wedding reception. Just when we think this wedding can’t get any more creative, Heather and Jordan made their card box out of some old Scrabble board games because what word nerd doesn’t enjoy a good ol’ round of Scrabble?
The details that went into Heather and Jordan’s wedding perfectly reflect them as a couple. We give this wedding the equal amount of points as BENZOXYCAMPHORS: Z and H on Double Letter Score, and also on three Triple Word Score squares = 59 x 3 x 3 x 3 = 1593. Oh, and don’t forget, using all 7 letters in one turn.
Mazel tov, Heather and Jordan!
Ceremony Venue – Villa Terrace
Reception Venue – Charles Allis Museum
Photographer – JBe Photography
Rabbi – Rabbi Rachel Saphire of Temple Beth Elohim
Catering – Sully’s
Floral Design – Sendik’s
Ketubah – “Blue Meditation” – Ketubah.com