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Monthly Archives: September 2012

Wedding Day Tips for the Bride

There are lots of things to think about when brides plan their wedding. In the rush they tend to forget about taking care of themselves on the day of their wedding. A number of simple but practical tips to help

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Madeline and Daniel say “I DO!”

Madeline and Daniel hosted their wedding on Sunday, July1, 2012. They held both their wedding ceremony and reception at The Eden Regal Ballroom & Catering. One of the most emotional and beautiful ritual to take place during a wedding is

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10 Hottest Wedding Trends for 2013

#1 – MINT Mint will be the color of choice for brides in 2013. The color mint was huge on the runway at the spring fashion shows this year. You’ll see this soft, soothing color on save the dates, wedding

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Amir & Sara Say “I Do”

Sara and Amir’s wedding day had finally arrived! Their wedding was held at Eden Regal Ballroom & Catering, Aug 16. Booking their wedding ceremony and reception seems like it just happened yesterday. It was our pleasure to work with Sara

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Press Release

Check out this great article of Ravit Mergui-Cohen, Owner of Eden Regal Ballroom & Catering in Nevesta Bridal Magazine. Enjoy!

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What is Kosher Food?

Kosher food is food prepared in accordance with Jewish Dietary Laws. Jewish Dietary Laws are rules and regulations concerning food that are derived from Biblical laws and rabbinical extensions. In their most “biblical” form, Jewish Dietary Laws state that Pork,

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Jewish Wedding Traditions

The following is a glossary of Jewish wedding customs as they are traditionally defined. These customs and traditions may vary amongst Sephardic and Ashkenazi Jews as well as among those of varying levels of religious observance. We suggest using this

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Rosh Hashanah Seder

On both nights of Rosh Hashanah, a number of foods are eaten to symbolize our prayers and hopes for a sweet new year. Many of these foods were specifically chosen because their Hebrew names are related to other Hebrew words.

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