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We love the way this couple blended their religious backgrounds in an elegant interfaith wedding filled with gorgeous florals. Hannah and Eric’s story began after they swiped right on each other in spring of 2016, which was followed with a date at Flying Saucer. From the moment the two met in person, they found so many things in common, had lots to discuss, and shut the bar down that night! Hannah even went home and told her mom with full confidence that he was without a doubt the one. Their heartwarming story led to this elegant, romantic interfaith wedding full of beautiful blooms from The Tallest Tulip in delicate shades of blush and cream. These pale petals contrasted with stately navy and black accents that made these tablescapes so luxe, complete with plentiful floating candles for a truly dreamy reception scene. Read on for a note from the bride about a few of her favorite memories from their interfaith wedding and what made them so sweet. Cheers to the Hammonds!

Photo // Adam Nyholt Photography

From the bride on her favorite wedding memory: “Eric and I had an interfaith wedding ceremony that we created! It was so cool to watch our Jewish and Catholic faiths come together by a priest and a rabbi. Some of our favorite memories come from us signing our ketubah, lighting a unity candle, Eric breaking the traditional Jewish glass, and of course, going up in the chairs together during the Hora at our reception!”


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