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What a Wedding!

C.B. Lieber

Have you been to a wedding recently? It’s so much fun to rejoice and enjoy the festivities with the chassan and kallah. But did you know that some people have a job that involves attending weddings day after day, week after week? We spoke to people in the wedding business to find out how they make each wedding so special for the family, the friends, and the lucky couple.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Hall Coordination Name: Mr. Steven Kohn Business: The Atrium Years in business: 25 Mazel tov! It’s official! The chassan and kallah are engaged.… Where will they get married? According to Mr. Steven Kohn of Monsey, New York, the first thing you need after the shidduch is finalized is a location and a date. You can’t book a caterer, a photographer, or anyone else until the date is worked out! “Often the date is the hardest thing to find,” Mr. Kohn explains. “There might be another wedding in the family, or a yahrtzeit, or a trip scheduled.… It all needs to be taken into consideration before you settle on the date.”

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