Huppah Wedding Ceremony

Huppah Wedding Ceremony

This Huppah wedding ceremony officiated by Rev. Gary Davids took place at The Secret Garden in Longwood, Florida. It was a rainy day but that did not dampen the spirits of anyone attending this beautiful garden wedding.

Huppah wedding ceremony

The umbrellas serve a dual role as they keep the small gathering of guests dry as well as acting symbolically as a Huppah.

The photos are wonderful! They really captured how happy everyone is! The service was beautiful! I’m so glad they went for the porch with the umbrellas, so special!
Thank you both,
MOB

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The huppah also spelled Chuppah, symbolizes the new home to which the groom will take his bride. With the bride and groom together under a huppah before an assembly who have come to witness the event is in itself a public proclamation by them that they are now one as man and wife.

This place is always a photographers dream to take great photos. It offers so many backdrops all within a few feet of each other. It was originally set up as a portrait studio location for couples rather than meeting in public parks.

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This venue is now a very popular wedding spot for brides and grooms from all around the globe. They plan their Florida vacation and choose to get married once they arrive. There is no wait period for the couple when they get their marriage license as long as the bride or groom are not Florida residents.

Congrats to Ido and Rachael on their beautiful wedding. We wish you the very best in the future.