In preparation for the joyous occasion, the bride and groom will meet with the rabbi to learn about the Jewish perspective of weddings and marriage – from Ketubah (marriage document), to Kiddushin (engagement) to Chuppah (marriage canopy) to Nissuin (marriage ceremony) to breaking the glass. Rabbi Langer can perform the ceremony, walking your guests through the rich meanings behind the rituals.

One of the highlights of being a rabbi is performing weddings. I have officiated at the weddings of over 100 happy couples. I have even helped a few brides and grooms meet each other.

I meet with couples several times before “the Big Day” so I can get to know the bride and groom better, help them know each other better, and provide pre-marital counseling to ensure a healthy marriage.

Each wedding is personalized for the bride and groom.

Please contact me to inquire about Jewish wedding officiation, whether your wedding will be in a local hotel, synagogue, temple or a destination wedding.

Mazel Tov!