Avivah's style of leading a wedding could be described as personalized and sacred.
She sees a wedding as a unique, holy moment in time that deserves the deepest of respect. It is her job to maintain that sanctity.
She can personalize the service to make it an expression of each couple's style, if they wish, or keep it very traditional. Either way, a wedding is about the couple and what the two of them want to convey to each other, their community, and their vision for the future of their houshold.
It’s not about the rabbi. The star of the wedding is the couple and their love. Avivah does not talk on and on (and on). She does not rattle through empty prayers, nor tell jokes and sing songs just to be charming. A Jewish wedding is about beauty and hope, and how Judaism honors those things, with its wisdom and its ritual.