Rachel Adele Kleinberg and Chad Michael Crills of Springs were married at the beach at Gurney’s Inn in Montauk on June 24 under a huppah built by the bridegroom. Rabbi Gloria Milner and the Rev. Habacuc Vargas co-officiated in Hebrew and English.
Ms. Kleinberg, who is keeping her name, is the librarian at the Montauk School. The daughter of Lois and Larry Kleinberg of Amagansett and Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., she attended Duke University, North Carolina Central University, and Long Island University.
Mr. Crills is a private chef who graduated from Johnson and Wales University. His parents are Michael and Jaleen Crills of Ephrata, Pa.
The couple met through mutual friends on New Year’s Eve several years ago. Mr. Crills proposed on Three Mile Harbor under the Great Bonac Fireworks show in the summer of 2011.
On her wedding day, the bride wore an ivory floral applique cocktail dress and was attended by Hailey London of Springs as her maid of honor. Mr. Crills, who wore khaki linen pants and a white shirt, was attended by Josh Page, also of Springs, as his best man.
Ms. London read “On Marriage” by Rainer Maria Rilke, and her mother, Janet London, sang “Tumbalalaika” to musical accompaniment by Jeff London. The bridegroom’s mother read “How Do I Love Thee (Sonnet XLIII)” by Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
The couple took a wedding trip to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic.