Quick Takes: What is your favorite wedding tradition?

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Rabbi David Sislen

Rabbi David Sislen, Congregation Kneseth Israel

“My favorite wedding tradition would be the original Jewish wedding ceremony itself,” Sislen said. “Under the canopy. It’s a beautiful, old tradition that comes anew for every couple.”

John “Bumper” Moyer is a fourth-generation resident of Annapolis.

John ‘Bumper’ Moyer, longtime Annapolis resident

“My favorite part would have to be the honeymoon because it’s when the relationship is the most romantic and it usually involves an exotic location.”

Phyllis “Tee” Adams, of Annapolis

Phyllis ‘Tee’ Adams, founder of Annapolis Juneteenth

“Seeing the love in a couple’s eyes,” Adams said. “It’s different when you see a couple wed and the love is undeniable. That makes me feel good to witness and those are the marriages that last.”