Revel in the Matchmaking Tradition of Fine Wedding Chuppahs in Maui

It really is true what Tevye, Lazar Wolf, and company say in Fiddler on the Roof – sometimes, it takes a wedding to reinvigorate us with thoughts of good fortune and make us say “Let’s live another day!” Nowhere is this thought more pervasive than in Jewish weddings. All wedding traditions are beautiful in their own way, and Jewish weddings have the benefit of being able to call upon thousands of years of (say it with us) “Tradition” to help inform the ceremony. So, once you’ve played “Matchmaker” and have found that “matchless match,” it’s time to start planning the wedding.

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  • Fidel Barnhart