We’re happy to share some photos from our wedding on June 10 at the Queens County Farm Museum and are thankful to all our friends and family who could join us for this blessed event.
Signing the Ketubah, the traditional wedding contract.
We made our own Chuppah, the traditional wedding canopy, from cloth we purchased from a Lower East Side fabric store. We then had it sewn by my local Pakistani tailor and attached to poles from an Orthodox Jewish lumberyard. New York City! After asking our friends to sign the fabric, we also gave out small pieces of the Chuppah poles to our guests as gifts. Cantor Lisa B Segal officiated and sang.
First kiss as husband and wife.
If you know us, then you know what city folks we are, through and through. However, hosting our wedding at the Queens County Farm Museum, NY State’s oldest continually operated farm was a beautiful, historic way to celebrate our lives.
Although our wedding was down home at the farm, we NEVER forget our love for New York City. Ergo, our wedding cake toppers.
And if you couldn’t make the wedding in person, we hope this pictorial review can bring you there in spirit.
All our love,
The happily married couple, Mark Levy & Alisa Brot.