Hi, LB, welcome to the fray (or is it frey?) ...
But seriously, I'm not Reconstructionist (I've been everything-Jewish-but), but believe that if you expose her to what your beliefs and appreciations of ritual are, and explain
what they are, she'll grow with her own appreciations and understandings.
The explanation and education is the biggest problem with "mainstream" Judaism today, IMHO. People don't know why they do what they do, or what to do and why to do it, and the mystical reasons and beauty get lost in the uninformed translation.
The most important part is that she knows the whats & whys. Then she can make an informed decision for herself.
An example. My parents are solidly Conservative Jews. In CJ synagogues women receive aliyot to the Torah and wear taleisim (prayer shawls), etc. My mother, however, refused the aliyas when they were originally offered (they know better than to offer them now) and won't carry the Torah. Not her thing.
Why? It's the way she grew up, the way she's comfortable.
And it's all about being comfortable with G-d, right? That's why we're into religion, isn't it, in the long run, to find our own ways of being comfortable with G-d.