Springfield-House

SPRINGFIELD HOUSE FUNCTION CENTRE

Springfield House Function Centre was the location of choice for Liron & Richard. Standing under a Chuppah (canopy) made from the prayer shawl of Liron’s late grandfather was one of many unique aspects that Liron & Richard included in their Progressive Jewish ceremony. “The canopy symbolises the home that we would build together,” explained Liron. “And at that moment it was easy to imagine our lives together and the home that we would build; full of love and laughter.”

 

Liron remembers the emotion that she and her dad felt the first time he saw his only little girl in her wedding gown. “That day he shared with me some of his feelings and experiences from the day that I was born. For my dad and my mum, that day really did mark relinquishing the care of their baby girl that they had worked so hard to protect.”

 

Liron & Richad’s Chuppah ceremony and reception was held in the gardens of Springfield House Function Centre.

 

JEWISH WEDDING CEREMONY:

Springfield House, Dural

 

RECEPTION:

Springfield House, Dural

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More about Liron & Richard’s wedding at Springfield House Function Centre…

It’s always nice to talk to brides and grooms after their wedding to see how they feel and what they remember most of their wedding, and if there are parts of the wedding that they would change now that it’s passed. Most importantly, what wisdom can they share with couples who are still planning their wedding.

Here’s what Liron has to say:

“I suppose I would start by talking about the emotion of seeing my dad upstairs in the bridal suite of the venue before coming downstairs to get married. It was so incredibly emotional for both him and I, the moment he saw me all dressed up in a wedding gown. I think only then did he realise that he was going to entrust the care of his only little girl to another man for the first time since I was born. That day he also shared with me some of his feelings and experiences from the day that I was born. For my dad and my mum, that day really did mark relinquishing the care of their baby girl that they had worked so hard to protect.

The next really special moment of the day was seeing Ricky’s face when he saw me at the top of the stairs right before I walked down the isle.

The look of our wedding was rustic, understated and elegant and the feel was of warmth, love and celebration.

Looking back on the day there are no regrets and I really don’t think I would have done anything differently.

The only words of wisdom I would share with brides and grooms would be that in Judaism there is a tradition that after the ceremony the newly married couple have a moment to themselves called “yichud”. This was such a special moment for us because of all the excitement and madness of the day and the whirlwind that goes by so very quickly, this brief moment of just the two of us gave us time to quickly reflect that this day although also about celebrating and fun was mostly about the commitment we made to one another and that we now married and going to start a life together. I would recommend all couples to take a few minutes as a couple to just breath and reflect on being married.”