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The “How To” Before the “I Do”

Hosted By: 18Doors

You’re engaged–mazel tov (congratulations!)! Whether you’ve always had a dream wedding in mind, or have no clue what vibe you’re going for on your big day, chances are you’ve got a lot of questions and an ever-growing to-do list! Let 18Doors help you answer some of those big questions and offer tips that Jewish-interfaith couples often need.

In this workshop, you’ll get to meet other Jewish-interfaith couples planning their weddings and have access to 18Doors staff members who have seen it all and even planned their own Jewish-interfaith weddings. Go over the “how tos” of finding an officiant, determine the elements that make a wedding Jewish, and brainstorm how to customize a ceremony that reflects both you and your partner’s identities.

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