Sharon Bluestein & Jonathan Sadinoff

May 28, 2006


Dr. David and Sandra Bluestein; Henry Katz and Joan Sadinoff-Katz


The Jewish ceremony was held in the Urban Room of the Omni William Penn Hotel (530 William Penn Place, downtown; 412/281-7100, and included the bride's and groom's nine siblings, their spouses and all 22 nieces and nephews.




Elizabeth Holmgren (from the Botanical Emporium, Florist & Greenhouse, 1685 McFarland Road, Beechview; 412/563-7008, decorated the chuppah (marriage canopy) and tables with pink lilies and red and white "crazy" roses. The chuppah also included lace from the groom's company (Beacon Looms, 411 Alfred Ave., Teaneck, NJ; 201/833-1600, The bride's hand-tied bouquet consisted of white roses and white stephanotis accented with diamantes.


Photographic Excellence by Bea, Bea Nyilas (170 Urick Lane, Monroeville; 412/373-0854,

Sherer video 

Photographic Excellence by Bea, Bea Nyilas (170 Urick Lane, Monroeville; 412/373-0854,


Sharon's white-silk, A-line gown was designed by Christos and accented with a French bustle, silver thread and crystals. (Kleinfeld Bridal, 110 W. 20th St., New York, NY; 646/633-4300, Her gown was accented by a cathedral-length veil with diamante accents.


Jonathan was outfitted in a custom tuxedo with white Lord West tuxedo shirt.


The reception was also held at the Omni William Penn Hotel in the Grand Ballroom, with formal place settings on white-linen table cloths. In honor of both Sharon and Jonathan, a double mezinka, a Jewish ceremony for parents whose last child is being married, was performed. All 20 of the bride's and groom's siblings and their spouses also danced around the mothers, who wore crowns of flowers.



Kol Chayim Orchestra from Baltimore Maryland (410-764-8676), a live 8 piece orchestra. They played traditional klezmer, classical  and popular music.  

Categories: Weddings