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Any fellow jewish destination brides??

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#11 MrsMarch4

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    Posted 26 January 2010 - 05:24 PM

    Originally Posted by allegraapple
    Hi Alexis (and fellow Cali bride),
    We haven't finalized our site or date yet, but we are hoping to get married sometime in December in the Riviera Maya area. After much discussion and debate over the issue, I think we are also going to just go to the courthouse and get our license before heading to Mexico. Then, do the religious ceremony down there. I'd love to hear what you are doing about yarmukles, ketubah, etc.! Thanks,
    Hi Allegra,
    Here is what I have ordered so far:
    Ketubah: ketubah.com
    Yarmukles: Yarmulke | Kippah | Benchers | Kippot | Tallit
    Kosher food for our rabbi, challah & kosher wine (for ceremony): Kosher Order Form - Chabad Lubavitch Jewish Center of Cancun. This is through the Chabad in Cancun; they require 3 weeks notice prior to delivery. I've emailed the rabbi there a few times and he is very nice & replies to my emails right away.
    Mazol tov glass (for groom to stomp on at the end of the ceremony): Jewish Gifts, Judaica, Wedding Gifts, Bar & Bat Mitzvah Gifts, Jewish Baby Gifts

    Feel free to PM me w/ any questions:) What resorts in RM are you considering?

    #12 jrb

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      Posted 29 January 2010 - 04:21 PM

      My thinking is we are going to do a legal wedding in Mexico followed by a Jewish symbolic wedding done by a rabbi who also happens to be a family member. I hope it runs smoothly. I am not so interested to going to a courthouse in the states and just having a symbolic wedding in Mexico. To me it's getting legally married that I want people around for. Otherwise it feels like just a show.

      I just hope we can convince the wedding coordinator to let us stay like 20 mins more so we can do all the Jewish traditions in the same place as the legal wedding. Should be interesting!

      #13 Rabbi SteveS

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        Posted 29 August 2012 - 08:40 AM

        There is now a Rabbi living in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, serving the area from Playa Mujeres to Tulum.  This of course includes Cancun, Riviera Cancun (Puerto Morelos) Riviera Maya (Mayakoba), Playa Del Carmen and points south to Tulum.  He is a modern, progressive Rabbi who will perform traditional Jewish, Contemporary Jewish AND Jewish Interfaith wedding ceremonies.  Create your dream ceremony with your personal Rabbi.  Contact rabbisteve@mexicorabbi.com

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