Rachel and Alex were married in Wilmington last week in an intimate ceremony overlooking the river with their closest family and friends present. Their multicultural ceremony was officiated by one of their best friends who witnessed their relationship from the very beginning. The ceremony included Jewish and Colombian traditions such as the Hakafot, which is the circling of the groom and Las Arras, which is a tradition where the groom hands several coins to the bride as a symbol that what's his is also now hers. The ceremony ended with the breaking of the glass in remembrance of the suffering endured by Jewish people over the centuries, followed by the guests all shouting in unison "Mazel tov!" Rachel and Alex built the Chuppah under which they were married from recycled materials, and Rachel also made her own veil. This brunch wedding ended with most of the guests heading the beach to catch some waves. Congratulations, Rachel and Alex!