Rabbi Silverman Announces the Best Time to Book a Wedding Officiant

(Boca Raton, Florida) April 16, 2020

Rabbi Robert Silverman is pleased to recommend his page on the best time to book a wedding officiant. It is customary to give all vendors and moving parts of a wedding ample time for scheduling, but this is especially the case for wedding officiants. A wedding officiant can truly make or break one’s ceremony, so Rabbi Silverman urges couples to book their officiants early — at least eight months in advance. By securing the officiant that is right for you, couples will have a truly magical wedding.

Rabbi Robert Silverman has been making wedding dreams come true in South Florida for years now. He welcomes each couple with open arms and works closely with them to ensure total satisfaction on their special day. He gladly performs inter-faith and same sex marriages, because Rabbi Silverman believes that every couple should be able to be married by an official who will make their wedding day bright and uniquely theirs.

“Rabbi Silverman made our night so beautiful, we are still hearing from our guests what an incredible ceremony we had! He was with us every step of the way, working with us on our interfaith ceremony that would make everyone feel included,” one happy bride says. “He made sure we were happy with what was spoken and touched on, and made us feel comfortable that all of our families and guests would feel the love that we felt! I realized two days before the wedding that I forgot to order a Ketubah, but Rabbi Silverman luckily had a spare for us to sign the night of. He made our guests laugh and cry, and we couldn’t be happier with his services!”

For more information on Rabbi Silverman, or to book him as the officiant for your special day, call him at (305) 439–1990, or email him at rabbirobert@gmail.com.



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