DO WEDDING FILMS presents EDWARD & SARA in “Mazal Tov!” – a wedding Film by DIEGO ORTUSO – Cinematography by DIEGO ORTUSO and FRANCESCA EQUIZZI – music by KIM EDWARDS – edited by DIEGO ORTUSO – story by EDWARD & SARA – still photography FRANCESCO RUSSOTTO – Filmed at TENUTA PANTANO BORGHESE, ROME, ITALY – Coming Soon
A jewish wedding in Rome
We had never filmed a jewish wedding in Rome before, but when Edward and Sara contacted us to ask for the availability of the date we were immediately thrilled with this opportunity! The result is an amazing jewish wedding video, in wich you can find humor and emotions at the same time.
Once arrived in the wonderful location Tenuta Pantano Borghese, just outside Rome, we were faced with two simple and easy-going guys, with whom we were immediately able to getting along. After the preparations we moved on the lawn where the Jewish rite was held under the typical chuppah, it was a simple and exciting jewish ritual, which has forever enshrined the union of this young couple.
Thanks to the location conformation we had the opportunity to move with very freely with the cameras, also we found ourselves surrounded by a group of friends and relatives very involved and eager to celebrate this union with joy and cheerfulness. We wish the best to Edward and Sara, may their life be full of that joy lived during their wedding!
If you are planning to celebrate a jewish wedding in Rome have a look at this jewish wedding video, and if you like it, feel free to contact us, we will be pleased to have a chat with you and show you our approach to this kind of events. Maybe we are the right persons for yor wedding day!
Frames from the video
Jewish wedding video in Rome
A Jewish wedding is a wedding ceremony that follows Jewish laws and traditions. While wedding ceremonies vary, common features of a Jewish wedding include a ketubah (marriage contract) which is signed by two witnesses, a wedding canopy (chuppah or huppah), a ring owned by the groom that is given to the bride under the canopy and the breaking of a glass.
Shouting “Mazel tov!” is one of the most well-known Jewish wedding rituals. Once the ceremony is over and the glass is broken, you will hear guests cheer “Mazel tov!” Mazel tov has a similar meaning “good luck” or “congratulations”.
All these rituals helped this jewish wedding video in Rome to show the most significant elements of this rite, we enjoyed very much the filming and the editing process, also because the newlywed couple were very genuine and deeply in love with each other.
Tenuta Pantano Borghese
Excellent location if you want to celebrate a jewish wedding in Rome, it’s perfect if you want to combine also a cultural visit to Rome and appreciate quiet evenings on a magnificent old farm on a superb domain.
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