In their Jewish ceremony, Andy and Elizabeth incorporated some particularly meaningful traditions: we were especially in awe of the gorgeous wooden tree that awaited them under their chuppah (the wedding canopy). Per Jewish tradition, a couple signs a "ketubah"-- a wedding contract that includes commitments the couple intend to make towards one another. In modern weddings, ketubahs are often one-of-a-kind pieces of art that will later hang in the couple's home. How special that Elizabeth and Andy will have two different trees to showcase their union: one that portrays their commitment to each other, and one that displays their friends' and family's commitment to them.
For more pictures of Elizabeth and Andy's wedding, see the post at Marianne Wilson Photography.