Celebrations have definitely taken on a new appearance over the past weeks. Although the way we mark a momentous occasion may look a little different, the meaning remains the same. We want to feel special and loved and share the moment with friends and family.
On Sunday, June 14, we celebrated
Triple S Studios is bringing the sophistication of their professionally produced audio-visual events, usually reserved for fundraising galas, to webcasting for weddings. With weddings limited to a small number of in-person guests, webcasts are capturing all the action and emotion to keep virtual audiences feeling like
Like birds singing after a storm, engagements and weddings are beginning again, after coming to an almost screeching halt when the novel coronavirus hit.
Jay Scharf, a diamond specialist, who has been working out of his Teaneck home, said he is getting busy now, making rings for smachot
(Reprinted with permission from the CBY Bulletin) If you were anything like me as a little girl, then you’ve been planning your big day since you were 3. Ever since I first saw the end of Cinderella, marrying the prince in a beautiful, sparkly white ball gown, surrounded by roses and hundreds of people, I’ve been planning and
Jacqueline and Steven Herman are lucky grandparents. The bris of their new grandson took place in their Englewood home. All the other guests watched on Zoom.
Herman said she didn’t know what to expect with a Zoom bris, or how she’d feel. “I was a little tentative but it was quite
Meeting one’s future spouse is as difficult as the splitting of the sea. It is even more difficult during COVID and the need for social distancing. I met my wife through social media and now—more than ever—this platform can help others meet potential mates. This is the strategy behind my creation of the Jewish Dating Group on
Birthday parties used to be mainly for young children and for numerically significant milestones. But with the country-wide lockdown depriving us of social interaction, the Zoom birthday party has become a way for people of all ages to stay connected with friends and relatives, and infuse the day with celebration.
Andrea Ceaser clearly remembers the day, about a month ago, when she read that wedding dresses made in China were being delayed because of a virus that was spreading. Ceaser, the owner of Paper Works and Events, a company that produces invitations and promotional items, thought the main impact on her business
The Bear Mountain Inn, a rustic lodge in the heart of Bear Mountain State Park on the west bank of the Hudson River, is now available for Glatt Kosher weddings. Mina Park, Director of Sales and Catering, said she has had many requests for kosher weddings over the years. Bear Mountain Inn has worked with
Eli Lunzer plans events on a grand scale for various clients who are professional athletes, recording artists, Fortune 500 corporations and national non-profits. When it was time to propose to his long-time girlfriend, he wanted an experience worthy of the occasion. “I wanted to make a splash both personally and
People today check websites to get recommendations for everyone from household help to physicians. Two graduates of Stern College started a website to help newly engaged young women find a very important person: a compatible kallah teacher. Both women talked about why and how they developed the website in separate
Bring your children in their favorite Purim costumes to enjoy junior bounce and moon bounce, slides, games, face painting, prizes, life-size cartoon characters, snacks and more, on Sunday, March 8, 1-4 p.m. Children with special needs and their families are welcome to a sensory-friendly hour from 12 to 1 p.m., where they