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Rabbi Silverman Announces Trends to Anticipate for 2021 Weddings

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(Boca Raton, Florida) August 25, 2021

Rabbi Robert Silverman is pleased to announce his latest blog post on trends to anticipate for 2021 weddings. In the latter half of this year, many couples who had to push back their weddings in 2020 are finally able to tie the knot and celebrate their special day with friends and family. That being said, given that we are still battling the pandemic, the weddings may look a bit different than anticipated. In this blog post, readers can learn about some trends couples are implementing in their 2021 weddings, such as second weddings, intimate/micro weddings, “bubble” seating, and more.

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Rabbi Silverman accommodates couples of all types. Whether hosting a large, traditional Jewish wedding or a small, same-sex ceremony, Rabbi Silverman gives each and every couple the same level of respect and care. He believes all couples deserve the chance for a warm, personal ceremony that guests will never forget, and he will do everything in his power to create that.

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“Rabbi Silverman was called upon last minute as our plans changed due to COVID,” one 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 Robert Silverman will gladly officiate any life event any family requires. On top of tradition Jewish, interfaith, and same-sex weddings, Rabbi Silverman can officiate baby namings, bar mitzvahs, and more.

For more information on Rabbi Silverman and his work, call (305) 439-1990 or email rabbirobert@gmail.com.

Rabbi Silverman Announces Tips to Avoid Wedding Planning Mistakes

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(Boca Raton, Florida) February 17, 2021

Rabbi Robert Silverman is pleased to announce his recent post on 10 mistakes to avoid when wedding planning. Wedding planning is just as stressful as it is exciting. Many brides stress over details they shouldn’t, take things into their own hands when they should leave it to others, and make other faux-pas that can make the experience not as enjoyable or easy as it could have been. On this post, brides and grooms can learn why they shouldn’t DIY everything, who to invite to pre-wedding parties, how much time to give themselves, and more things to keep in mind when planning their wedding.

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Couples who have worked with Rabbi Silverman know just how valuable it is to have a wedding officiant who goes above and beyond to meet their needs. Rabbi Silverman works closely with his couples to ensure their wedding ceremony is tailored to their needs. No two couples are alike, and he works to reflect that. He gladly works with same-sex couples, or other officiants to host an interfaith wedding.

“Rabbi Silverman made our night so beautiful, we are still hearing from our guests what an incredible ceremony we had!” one happy bride says. “He was with us every step of the way, working with us on our interfaith ceremony that would make everyone feel included. He made sure we were happy with what was spoken and touched on, and made us feel comfortable that all of our families and guests would feel the love that we felt! …He made our guests laugh and cry, and we couldn’t be happier with his services!”

Make your South Florida wedding the wedding of your dreams. For more information on Rabbi Silverman and his services, call (305) 439-1990 or email rabbirobert@gmail.com.