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Link to an actual wedding site?

Here's a new one for me. I've added this to the "klezlinks" page. After all, shouldn't a site originally dedicated to Jewish music have a link to a Jewish wedding site? Klezmer is Jewish wedding music—that was the original point. So, now there's a site to accompany "The Creative Jewish Wedding Book (Jewish Lights, 2004). I haven't reviewed either the book or the site: www.creativejewishwedding.com. Let me know if this is useful! Are there other/better Jewish wedding sites that would be of interest to those who use this site to find a wedding band?

(Usual disclaimer: I cannot recommend a wedding band. I can point you to the international list of bands by location. Beyond that, the usual good ways to choose a band include talking with friends, consulting your local Jewish newspaper and Jewish Federation (one of which usually has a Jewish resource guide), and, of course, do speak with folks at your local synagogue. It isn't just the music: do support local Jewish institutions—and don't hesitate to start new ones if what you want isn't there!)

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