A Jewish wedding in a chapel? Er… YES! You’ll probably know by now that nothing Jewish-wedding-related is off limits on Smashing The Glass (in fact, the more unusual, the better!) and it’s true, today’s Jewish wedding took place in a breathtaking setting that was once a chapel. It’s now a music venue and the bride and groom’s chuppah ceremony graced the stage where the bands usually play, whilst the guests watched on with glasses of wine in their hands.
Everything about this wedding is the epitome of the STG mantra of having the wedding you want, your way. It’s a super creative fun-filled W day — one of those where you will need to come back time and time again to view the images just to make sure you didn’t miss any of the achingly cool details.
Katie and Jason are insanely, crazily, and meant-to-be-together-forever in love. It screams out from the incredible imagery by STG-faves Chrisman Studios — and it screams out of their wedding report too (they wrote it together…).
Happy Tuesday folks.
a non-traditional Jewish wedding venue
Katie and Jason, the Bride and Groom: We picked the venue because we wanted something non-traditional. It was in our neighbourhood and we loved the idea of an urban, city wedding. The Chapel is a fun music venue, and we viewed our day as an opportunity to celebrate and party with all of our closest friends and family.