Coordinating Jewish Wedding Traditions
The Jewish wedding day is filled with so many special and unique moments that are sure to make great memories as the years go on. With so many nuances and elements, it is important to have a planner that you can trust who knows the important and key moments to coordinate. Prestige Planning has become very knowledgeable in Jewish Wedding Planning over the years.
The Ketubah Signing at a Jewish wedding is a great moment in your wedding day because it is a private and intimate moment between the bride and groom and their closest family and friends. It is considered a great honor to be present at the ketubah signing so this means all the most important people are gathered in one place – the perfect opportunity for meaningful and special wedding photos, without distractions from other guests.
Jewish Wedding Ceremonies
Jewish Wedding Ceremonies are spiritual and religious and they are full of emotion.The Chuppah is an integral part of the Jewish Wedding ceremony. Under its covering, two become one.There are many other details that are very important to the Jewish wedding day. Some of these include custom Yamakas, the wine challis for the Kiddushin, and the Tallis that the couples’ parents wrap around them during the ceremony.
Jewish Wedding Reception
The blessing of the Challah
The blessing of the Challah bread is a serious and intimate portion of the Jewish wedding reception before the rest of the party gets underway. Usually, an elder in the family or a rabbi says a prayer blessing the bread, and then cuts it and takes a bite. The bread is then taken and cut into pieces so that each table can partake.