Rachel Fayne Gruskin Saban and Elias Saban were married on March 9 at the Atlanta History Museum. The ceremony was held in the gardens of Atlanta History Center’s Swan House and the reception took place inside the museum.
The newlyweds were married by Rabbi Lydia Medwin of The Temple, a close personal friend of the couple. The ketubah was signed by Beverly Gruskin, Rachel’s grandmother, and Marcos Prozer, Elias’ grandfather.
Rachel, a native of Miami, is a writer and college professor. She graduated from the University of Central Florida with a bachelor’s degree in writing and then went on to Columbia University and The New School in New York City, where she earned a master’s in fine arts in poetry. Rachel is the daughter of Linda and George Gruskin of Florida. Elias, a native of Buenos Aires, is the vice president of his family’s textile company. He attended Quinnipiac University. Elias is the son of Beatriz Prozer of New York and the late Alberto Saban.