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(Boca Raton, Florida) March 23, 2022

Rabbi Robert Silverman is pleased to announce a list of tasks couples can incorporate into their non-denominational wedding. Sometimes, in hosting a non-denominational wedding, couples might wonder what they should do to fill the wedding ceremony. In this recent blog post, Rabbi Silverman suggests writing personal wedding vows, having a symbolic gesture of “coming-together,” asking a guest to speak, and preparing a time-capsule. Read the blog post to learn more about each of these options.

Of course, one of the best things a couple can do is hire a wedding officiant who offers non-denominational wedding ceremonies. Luckily, non-denominational couples in South Florida don’t have to search far and wide for an officiant– Rabbi Robert Silverman gladly offers his services to non-denominational couples. He works closely with the couples to create a personal, warm ceremony that represents them as a couple while providing a ceremony structure.

“Rabbi Silverman was called upon last minute as our plans changed due to COVID,” one satisfied bride says. “He was warm, welcoming, and all around wonderful. He made us feel like he had known us for years, and conducted a beautiful and incredibly special ceremony. Thank you, Rabbi Silverman!”

Rabbi Silverman gladly offers his services to all types of couples. It doesn’t matter if a couple requires a traditional Jewish wedding, an interfaith wedding, or a non-denominational wedding– Rabbi Silverman believes each couple deserves the ceremony of their dreams. He works to offer couples a ceremony that directly reflects them and their believes, because the wedding is about their happiness first and foremost.