Religious CeremoniesThis website is for couples looking for a rabbi to celebrate their wedding in Europe.
It may be that you already know a few rabbis, but that they are unable to officiate for you.
It may also be that you don’t know any rabbis at all., in which case welcome to this site.
Ceremonies can be in English, or French.
There are brief pages about this site in other languages.
Click on the language you require - French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Swedish and Norwegian.
1. If both of you are Jewish and you looking for a rabbi to celebrate your marriage,
then go to the Jewish Weddings page.
To go to the Jewish Weddings page, click here.
2. For interfaith couples who are looking to celebrate an intermarriage, either with a rabbi,
or a rabbi and a representative of another tradition, then go to the Mixed Marriages page.
To go to the Mixed Marriages page, click here.
3. If you are a LGBTQ+ couple and are looking to celebrate a marriage, either with rabbi or,
with both a rabbi and a representative of another tradition, then click on the LBGTQ+ page.
To go to the LGBTQ+ Weddings page, click here.
4. If you are a couple who are looking to celebrate a significant anniversary,
or you are a senior couple and wish to have a wedding,
or you are couple in which one, or both of you are disabled and you wish to have a wedding,
or you are couple with one, or both of you in the military and you wish to have a wedding,
or you are couple who find themselves in a special situation,
then go to the Special Ceremonies page.
To go to the Special Ceremonies page, click here.
During 2020 many couples postponed their religious weddings, because of the Coronavirus.
The options for travel and the availability of venues, became limited due to government restrictions. As a consequence many of these ceremonies were rebooked for 2021.
As a result of this decision, couples who are seeking to have their wedding in 2021 are finding it harder than usual to find a date that suits them and for which a rabbi is free.
If you are looking for a rabbi for 2021, do not hesitate to get in touch as soon as possible and check for current availability. The consequences of Coronavirus is now an important issue when preparing for a religious ceremony. This applies regardless of whether the ceremony takes place outside, or inside and may be subject to local, or national restrictions to protect everyone from being infected. Other steps may need to betaken to protect all those attending from being infected. For more information about having a wedding during the Coronavirus pandemic, click here.