Today’s fabulous interfaith Jewish wedding is just beyond chic – from the historic venue to the floral chuppah to the oh-so-elegant place settings and beyond.
Carlee and Eric fell in love with Anderson House as soon as they set eyes on it – and it was truly the perfect spot for their intimate, timeless day, surrounded by close family and friends. With such an exquisite venue, they didn’t need to do much to make it shine – and so they stuck to a neutral color scheme of white and blush mixed with greenery.
We love the couple’s simple floral chuppah – and the wonderful ketubah from Smashing The Glass Recommended Vendor ketubah.com that went along with it. Carlee and Eric picked a design by artist Angela Munitz mirroring the green leaves that adorned their chuppah, combined with soothing blues. They were so thrilled to be able to select an interfaith ketubah that symbolizes their love and mutual respect for each other. Don’t miss it all in Manda Weaver Photography‘s romantic images of the day.
We’ll let Carlee – who found the perfect gown in her simple, elegant Stella York style – fill you in on the rest.
How We Met
Carlee, the bride: We first met in law school in 2016 at the University of Florida, and Eric was one year ahead of Carlee. We were friends during law school, and then Eric spent his last semester in Chicago. After Carlee graduated in 2019, Eric moved back to Florida, they reconnected and have been inseparable since then.
Our first date was at The Breakers in Palm Beach, and this is where Eric proposed. We were walking in the courtyard when all of a sudden, Eric was down on one knee. I was completely surprised and had no idea it would happen. Our parents were watching from inside and have a video of the entire proposal. It was very sentimental since we had spent so much time in Palm Beach while we were dating and living in West Palm Beach.