What a wedding!!

The young couple

The KoD and I just returned from an awesome wedding. @kvetchingeditor and @schnit tied the knot today in phenomenal style. It was a warm atmosphere, with so much love in the room. There were many bloggers and tweeters present, some meeting each other for the first time in real life.

It was quite a feat, tweeting and taking pictures and experiencing all that was happening – but it seemed many of us were able to do it, and do it well.

Me and My KoD at the wedding

Before the Chuppah, I was honoured to have a moment with the bride to share my bracha with her. It was a truly emotional moment – for much of the last month we were not sure if due to my immigration issues whether I would be able to make it to the wedding or not, so that made it doubly special.

We have all been to weddings where, even though we are happy to be part of the simcha, it hasn’t really touched our soul. Not so with this wedding. The joy in the room was palpable. This bride and groom have touched the lives of all those present, and many more that didn’t make it there – and they had the wedding they truly deserved. It was an honour and a privilege to be part of this phenomenal occasion.

Mazel Tov Dear Friends!!

(If any of you tweet, search for the hashtag of #Tuvivah)

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  1. Wow, that was fast… Wonderful wedding and so nice meeting folks face to face IRL

  2. Heather says:

    I was there in spirit! :) MAZEL TOV!

  3. KosherAcademic says:

    It was truly an amazing and inspiring wedding. I’m still on a spiritual high from it. And the open bar didn’t hurt, either, lol :)

  4. lady lock and load says:

    mazal tov to an adorable couple! May they be zocheh to build a tweet neeman beyisroel! :)

  5. Chaviva says:

    I wish my stomach hadn’t been so darn upset … I *really* wanted that margarita!

    Hadassah — you summed up the wedding beautifully! It was amazing seeing all of my worlds collide at once (internet, West Hartford, high school, college, new Galatz and Katz family members, etc.). It was amazing!

    And the bracha? Beautiful :) SO MUCH LOVE! (To you, of course, my yiddishe mama!)

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