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  • The Jewish Wedding
  • The Jewish Wedding
  • The Jewish Wedding
  • The Jewish Wedding
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The Jewish Wedding

A Jewish wedding is full of meaningful traditions, which express the significance and purpose of marriage. These wedding traditions are the symbol of the beauty of the relationship between husband and wife.

The following summarizes the Jewish wedding traditions and its beauty and joy:

  • The wedding day is a day of fasting up to the ceremony for the chatan (groom) and kallah (bride).
  • First are the Kabbalat Panim which are separate receptions for the chatan and kallah which are held prior to the wedding ceremony. These have specific rites.
  • After this comes the Badeken which is the veiling of the kallah by the chatan.
  • Next is the ceremony which takes place under the Huppa, a canopy open on all 4 sides. It is a symbol of the home to be built and shared by the couple. The Huppah is usually held outside, under the stars, as a sign of the blessing given to the patriarch Abraham that his children shall be as the stars of the heavens. Various steps of the wedding ceremony ensue, all full of symbols and traditions performed under the Huppa.
  • The key steps therein are the Kiddushin, which is a blessing, the Giving of the ring, the signing of the Ketubah, which is the marriage contract, then the Seven blessings and finally the Breaking of the glass, which marks the conclusion of the wedding ceremony.
  • Next is the Yichud where the couple is escorted to a private room and left alone for the first time. The fast is broken at this point.
  • Following this is the Seudah which is the festive meal of the wedding and all the fun, entertainment and joy that follows.

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