Breaking Into Jewish Weddings: This Week In Weddings – Episode 62

Breaking Into Jewish Weddings: This Week In Weddings – Episode 62

If you’re not tapped into the Jewish wedding market, you’re missing out on business. In this episode of the This Week In Weddings podcast, we’re chatting with Michele Schwartz all about breaking into the Jewish wedding market.

About our guest: 

Michele Schwartz began her career in hotels and weddings at Walt Disney World. She is a published author and highly sought-after speaker, with a degree in Communications from the University of Texas at Austin. Michele is the creator and editor-in-chief of The Modern Jewish Wedding where she shares her expertise in Jewish wedding design, fashion and culinary trends. She has also recently expanded into consulting with creative partners in the event industry to assist them in their blogging, social media efforts and developing a winning customer experience. She is also a member of the goMagic team helping others experience the Disney Magic.

Award-winning, innovative and influential, Michele is the President-Elect of NACE Austin, and has served as Vice President of Communications for ILEA Austin, Social Media Chair for One to One Women Coaching Women, and President of the National Council of Jewish Women, Austin Section. She is an acclaimed national speaker presenting in front of audiences at The Special Event, Engage!, Catersource, NACE Experience, and several local NACE and ILEA chapters. She has been featured in the New York Times, Chicago Bride Magazine, Moment Magazine, OneWed.com and Caribbean Bride Magazine, among others. In 2014, she and her team won an ESPRIT Award for Best Team Event.

In this episode, listeners will hear about:

  • The ins and outs of bar and bat mitzvahs
  • The most common way for this demographic to find their event vendors
  • Budget differences between Jewish weddings and other types of weddings
  • Chuppahs, yarmulkes and other Jewish traditions

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